Plantar Warts Topic Guide
Plantar Warts: Plantar warts are painful warts on the sole of the foot. They are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). Symptoms and signs of plantar warts include foot and leg pain and flat, firm, warty lesions with pinpoint dark spots on the sole of the foot. Treatment may involve applying moleskin around the wart and applying salicylic acid directly to the wart.
Leg Pain There are a variety of causes of leg pain. Some of the common causes include fractures, strains, sprains, bleeding, diseases such as gout, peripheral artery disease, and cancer. Leg pain can also be caused by blood clots, sciatica, neuropathy, joint pain, muscle injury, and skin abnormalities. Treatment of leg pain depends on the cause.
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