INTRAFOCAL INTERFERON THERAPY FOR RELAPSING WARTS



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Abstract

Warts are benign formations of the skin, caused by human papillomaviruses. The efficiency of various treatments are discussed. Experience gained with intrafocal interferon therapy of relapsing warts is presented. This treatment is recommended as a method of choice for relapsing warts of the palms and soles, multiple vulgar warts, particularly located by the nails.

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Внутриочаговая интерферонотерапия рецидивирующих бородавок
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