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(Science: dermatology, virology) benign tumour of basal cell of skin, the result of the infection of a single cell with wart virus (Papilloma virus). Virus is undetectable in basal layer, but proliferates in keratinising cells of outer layers.


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It sounds similar to the plantar wart problem, but clearly a different variety of virus. Read here for brief description of plantars warts. http://www.podiatrynetwork.com/document_disorders2.cfm?ID=112 Also known as a verruca, see the following: ...

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