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Planter's Wart

A planter's wart (plantar wart) may be treated with a cone biopsy under colposcopy if usual treatments fail. This is the other name for palmoplantar disorder or myrmecia. The disorder developes deep in the plantar surface and causes pain. Malignant change is rare, but it has been reported. Such complications are termed verrucous carcinomas. A planter's wart (plantar wart) may be treated with a cone biopsy under colposcopy if usual treatments fail.

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Planter's Wart

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Cone Biopsy, Colposcopy

This problem is usually found on weight-bearing areas, such as the metatarsal head and heel. When it occurs on the hand, it tends to be subungual or periungual. These lesions begin as small shiny papules and progress to deep round lesions, surrounded by a smooth collar of thickened horn. A planter's wart (plantar wart) may be treated with a cone biopsy under colposcopy if usual treatments fail.

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