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Viral warts/verrucae

Viral warts/verrucae

Warts are small painless lumps on the skin of hands and feet. They are not dangerous but have an unpleasant appearance. They can appear on any area of skin but most common sites are hands and soles of feet. It is caused by human papilloma virus. Warts are treated with salicylic acid, freezing with liquid nitrogen or by covering them with a tape.

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