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plantar wart

A wart that has been forced by pressure into the sole of the foot.
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Noun1.plantar wart - a wart occurring on the sole of the foot; "pressure causes plantar warts to develop a painful callus around the soft center"
verruca, wart - (pathology) a firm abnormal elevated blemish on the skin; caused by a virus
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'We look forward to executing on additional upcoming milestones in the second half of 2019 with the planned submission of a New Drug Application for molluscum contagiosum, the request for an 'End of Phase 2' meeting with the FDA for common warts, and an expected investigational new drug application submission for VP-103 in plantar warts. We continue to believe molluscum contagiosum and common warts represent two of the largest unmet medical needs in dermatology.'
Out of 200 cases, distribution of common warts were the common type with 106 cases (53%) followed by plantar warts 23 (11.5%), flat warts 22 (11%), genital warts 20 (10%), periungual warts 11 (5.5%), palmar warts 9 (4.5%), filiform warts 5 (2.5%), digitate warts (2%).
Plantar warts, also known as verruca plantaris5 were caused by HPV-1, 2 and 4 occurring on the sole or toes of the foot.
(4) Palmar and plantar warts are lesions described as rough papules on the palms, soles, and lateral sides of the hands and feet with slight central depression.
Dr Jobeetha adds that a large number of patients at dermatology out-patient clinics have viral warts affecting different parts of the body, including the hands, feet (plantar warts) and the genital area (genital warts).
By not wearing shoes, you're more likely to get sunburn, plantar warts, athlete's foot, ringworm, and injure your feet, according to the (http://www.apma.org/files/All%20Toes%20On%20Deck%202015.pdf) APMA.
HPV types 1, 2, and 4 cause common or plantar warts. HPV types 6 and 11 cause condyloma acuminata (genital warts) and low-grade dysplasia.
Limit walking barefoot as it exposes feet to sunburn, as well as plantar warts, athlete's foot, ringworm, and other infections and also increases risk of injury to your feet.
This continued for several years with newer systems being slowly introduced such as the pulsed dye laser, which has been explored as a treatment for plantar warts with varying levels of success [5-8].
The therapeutic indications of LH include superficial lesions such as neoplasm [1], plantar warts [2], condyloma acuminata [3], or human papillomavirus-infected skin [4].