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Office therapy for human papillomavirus infection in nongenital sites.

The many different treatment possibilities for the eradication of warts provide evidence that no single method that is completely effective has been found. Although the various methods described herein are usually successful therapies for warts, they are all associated with treatment failures and side effects. Until the perfect cure for warts is discovered, the physician must evaluate every wart carefully before deciding on a course of action.

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