Verrucae - Verrucae Overview Broad term used to describe...

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Verrucae Overview Broad term used to describe warts Cutaneous manifestation of human papillomavirus Usually benign and harmless Types Verruca vulgaris Common wart rough, hyperkeratotic, firm papules on the hands, face or feet Verruca plantaris Plantar warts hard, thickened, callus-like lesions that disrupt skin lines Verruca plana flat of planar warts small, flat-topped, pink or flesh-colored papules on the face, srma, or legs
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Condyloma acuminata genital warts Etiology/epidemiology Spread directly through contact with an infected person Spread indirectly through fomites (ie wet towels, swimming pools, and locker room floors) Most common in age 12-16 Females are more affected than males Common in immunosuppressed individuals Treatments About 40% will spontaneously disappear within two years Treatment Advantages Disadvantages Administration Cost* Salicylic acid Available over the
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