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Plantar Warts

Plantar warts can disappear on their own; cone biopsy and other surgical methods are used for condyloma and genital warts. They begin as small shiny papules and progress to deep round lesions, surrounded by a smooth collar of thickened horn. When it occurs on the hand, it tends to be subungual or periungual. This problem is found on weight-bearing areas, such as the metatarsal head and heel. Plantar warts can disappear on their own; cone biopsy and other surgical methods are used for condyloma and genital warts.

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Plantar Warts

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Cone Biopsy, Condyloma

Malignant change is rare but has been reported and is termed verrucous carcinoma. Extensive involvement on the sole of the foot may impair ambulation. This type of the disease causes pain, because it grows deep into the surface. The other names are palmoplantar disorder or myrmecia. Plantar warts can disappear on their own; cone biopsy and other surgical methods are used for condyloma and genital warts.

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

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