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Papilloma is a benign tumor (e.g. a wart), which results from an overgrowth of epithelial tissue on papillae of vascularized connective tissue (such as of the skin).
In this instance, to show that the manifested result is a wart, I think it will be better, if the papilloma type is specified as “wart papilloma”, instead of saying the general “papilloma”. Furthermore, since the Latin medical term for “wart” is “verruca” (see http://cal.vet.upenn.edu/pathterms/glossary/glossary.htm) (and doctors often prefer Latin terms), I believe that the best option is “verrucous papilloma”.
Various electronic dictionaries + web sites in the explanation
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