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Year : 1984  |  Volume : 50  |  Issue : 5  |  Page : 204--205

A Clinical Study of Warts

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Clinical features of 126 patients suffering from skin and genital warts are reported. Males comprised of 73.8% patients and the maximum number (30.2%) were in the age group 16-20 years. The commonest type (58.9%) of. wart was verruca vulgaris; the incidence of the other types was condyloma acuminata (12.7%). filiform and digitate warts


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