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an imperfection in someone or something that is suggestive of a wart (especially in smallness or unattractiveness)

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Talk about trying to cure warts with spunk- water such a blame fool way as that!
Table-II: Cross Tabulation of relation of wart size to response to treatment.
Intralesional immunotherapy stimulates the host immune system to trigger a delayed-type hypersensitivity response to a multitude of antigens, including the wart tissue.
One of the strategies involved in the immunotherapy of warts is inducing delayed (cellular) hypersensitivity reactions at the wart tissue.
Under this Phase 2 trial, the subjects were first treated with a sensitization dose on the inner arm and one or more preselected wart lesion(s).
Asha first opted for cryotherapy and waited for the wart growth to disappear, but much to her disappointment, the roots were too deep and the skin quite thick for effective treatment.
Warts can be in the form of filliform projections, flat, round sessile or elongated structure appearing like a rice grain.
Usually doctors will only treat patients who have visible warts and wart treatment types depending on:
Cytovation is developing CyPep-1, a peptide consisting of 27 amino acids that selectively targets cutaneous warts through the destruction of the cell membrane and creating an immune response through the release of antigens.
Aside from Jenner's fake wart, the 19-year-old "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star was also accused of using Photoshop on her legs because it appeared slimmer in the snap.
Genital wart is a common sexually transmitted disease induced by human papillomavirus (HPV) infections of the genitalia, anus or perineum.1 This disease has high incidence and recurrence rates.
LASER TREATMENT is effective against nongenital cutaneous warts, based on data from a review of 35 studies comprising 2,149 adult patients.