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Seed Wart

Seed Wart

A seed wart are common in children, while venereal wart occur on cervix and other genital area of sexually active women. They may also be treated applying a chemical that forces blister that can later be peeled off. Daily application of an acid gel, or other chemical solution, or plaster over a period of weeks until desired results are obtained as one form of treatment for these afflictions. A seed wart are common in children, while venereal wart occur on cervix and other genital area of sexually active women.

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Seed Wart

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Venereal Wart, Cervix

They are considered to be common especially in young children who damage their skin by biting their nails, etc. Characterized by the their appearance which is the black dots formed by surrounding blood vessels, these protrusions usually appear on the hands—fingers, fingernails, or dorsal area. A seed wart are common in children, while venereal wart occur on cervix and other genital area of sexually active women.

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