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A skin wart is seldom treated with cryosurgery; a common and plantar wart can respond to over-the-counter oinments or may disappear on their own. Common types, larger in size, usually appear on the hands and fingers, flat type is smaller and smoother generally appearing on the face or legs in clusters of 20 or more, and plantar ones appear on the sole of the feet in mosaic clusters. Their characteristics depend upon where they emerge. A skin wart is seldom treated with cryosurgery; a common and plantar wart can respond to over-the-counter oinments or may disappear on their own.

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Skin Wart

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Cryosurgery, Plantar Wart

These growths are non-cancerous, flesh colored, and feel rough to the touch, but they can be dark, flat and smooth. Defined as growths emerging on the epidermis where portals of entry, such as cuts or tears, permit the viruses to enter and impair cells blocking antibody reaction. A skin wart is seldom treated with cryosurgery; a common and plantar wart can respond to over-the-counter oinments or may disappear on their own.

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

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