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Treatment of warts with salicyclic acid and lactic acid in flexible collodion wart paint
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Dhar S, Kumar B, Kaur I. Treatment of warts with salicyclic acid and lactic acid in flexible collodion wart paint. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1994;60:286-289
AbstractOne hundred patients with warts (Verruca vulgaris of hands-33; feet-16, hands and feet 10; palmar warts-17 and plantar warts-24) were treated with salicylic acid (16.5%) and lactic acid (16.5%) in flexible collodion wart (SAL) paint. The wart paint was applied twice a week for 3 months.
Good response was seen in 82.1% of warts on hands. 46.7% of palmar warts, 54.5% of warts on feet, 84.2% of plantar warts and 57.1% of warts on hands and feet. Overall success rate was 70%. Eighty percent patients completed the study. No adverse effects were observed. During 6 months post treatment follow up recurrence of warts occurred in 11.7% of patients.