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Plantar Warts (cont.)

Plantar Warts Symptoms and Signs

  • Foot pain that feels like a lump under the foot
  • Leg or back pain possibly caused by poor posture
  • Firm, warty (rough, bumpy, and spongy, some appear thick and scaly) lesions with tiny pinpoint dark spots inside (not always apparent): These dark spots are minute, thrombosed (containing blood clots) capillaries in the deeper layers of the skin.
  • Smooth surface with a gray-yellow or brown color
  • Located over areas of pressure or bony point such as the heel and ball of the foot
  • Usually flat because of pressure
  • Several warts may fuse to form mosaic warts

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Plantar warts are hyperkeratotic lesions on the plantar surface.

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