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The plantar's wart is one strain of the HPV viruses that are linked to cervical cancer and can be detected with a cone biopsy after a pap smear result of ASCUS. Normally, the symptoms appear from 1 to 8 months after the virus has entered the body. The diagnosis is made on the basis of the following symptoms: pain when pressure is applied to the affected areas, small dark dots on the growth, etc. The plantar's wart is one strain of the HPV viruses that are linked to cervical cancer and can be detected with a cone biopsy after a pap smear result of ASCUS.

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Plantar's Wart

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Cervical Cancer, Cone Biopsy

These skin growths are benign and look like a callus. The use of medicines with acids is recommended to remove the growths. However, a surgery appears to be more effective and is recommended in most cases to lessen the signs of the condition. The plantar's wart is one strain of the HPV viruses that are linked to cervical cancer and can be detected with a cone biopsy after a pap smear result of ASCUS.

Other Topics: HPV and Pregnancy, HPV, New HPV Vaccine, HPV Shot Vaccination, Natural Cure for HPV, Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine , Human Papilloma Virus and Pregnancy, Low Grade Cervical Dysplasia, Pap Smear, Genital Wart

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

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