Answer: E. HPV, type 6.
The human papilloma virus is a member of the Papovavirus family, a double-stranded DNA virus. HPV, type 6 has been implicated in giant Buschke-Lowenstein tumor and anogenital condyloma. The other HPV types are less likely to cause a giant Buschke-Lowenstein tumor. The other HPV types are less likely to cause a giant Buschke-Lowenstein tumor.
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