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Treatment Of Plantar Warts

Treatment of plantar warts and other verruca and condyloma can be rather complicated with no guarantee. Medicines and surgery are used to treat the condition. The diagnosis is made on the basis of visible signs that include pain when walking, tiny brown dots on the growth, etc. Normally, the signs appear from 1 to 8 months after the initial exposure to the virus that enters the skin through scratches and small wounds. Treatment of plantar warts and other verruca and condyloma can be rather complicated with no guarantee.

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Treatment Of Plantar Warts

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Verruca, Condyloma

This virus is contagious and is usually picked up in warm moist environments. They are similar to a callus with thick skin and brown spots, which are the vessels that nourish the growth. These are a non-malignant skin growth on the bottom of the foot that is caused by human papilloma virus. Treatment of plantar warts and other verruca and condyloma can be rather complicated with no guarantee.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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