Warts can be cleared with acupuncture
(Natural News) Acupuncture is a traditional form of medicine used by the ancient Chinese to relieve pain and other ailments. Today, it is commonly associated with the use of needles that target certain points or meridians spread throughout the body. Over the years, research have produced sufficient evidence to support the effectiveness of acupuncture in treating a number of conditions, such...
ConclusionNZCS was an effective treatment of warts in this pediatric population. The painlessness, simplicity, and twice-monthly dosing regimen of this treatment represents an advantage over standard approaches.FundingISDIN.Trial RegistrationRetrospectively registered 6 September 2019, ISRCTN90862249.
Conclusion: Intradermal injection of Mw vaccine was more effective but had a higher incidence of adverse effects compared to PPD of tuberculin antigen in patients with warts.
Conclusion: Intralesional bleomycin appears to be an effective and safe treatment for common warts including palmoplantar and periungual warts. It carries the advantage of low dose, no significant adverse effects and high patient satisfaction. Small number of patients, lack of a control group, comparing different bleomycin concentrations and a short follow-up are a few limitations of this study. Better designed studies are warranted for this useful treatment modality.
Listen to the Podcast or Read the Transcript [00:00:03] Hi I’m Dr. Alan Greene pediatrician and I’d like to talk with you tonight about The Brain Stage. [00:00:10] I remember vividly when I was a pediatric resident in training go to a Grand Rounds about a surprising topic. [00:00:18] The function of the brain and the function of the skin and one of the things that dermatologists talked about was a common procedure freezing warts. Freezing warts was then, and is still, one of the most common ways to get rid of warts. What she talked about was how wildly different the results were in different studies. People use...
59-year-old African American male was referred for urologic evaluation of symptomatic anogenital warts. The patient was initially diagnosed with anogenital warts one year prior, however he did not seek further evaluation at that time. Subsequently, the lesions grew in size and number resulting in pain and occasional bleeding ultimately prompting him to seek medical attention. Additionally, he noted worsening post-void dribbling but denied other lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) or hematuria. The patient has a past medical history of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) treated with Tamsulosin and Acquired Immune Deficiency...
Because of rich sensory innervation, any injection into the digits is a singularly unpleasant experience for patients (eg, injection of lidocaine for local anaesthesia; the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine1; or purified protein derivative for warts on the digits).
CONCLUSION: The treatment with PDT is effective in reducing the high rate of recurrence for intra anal- rectal warts. Pain is still a great challenge for the therapy. PMID: 30990345 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ConclusionThis study highlighted that cryotherapy is quick, safe and comparatively painless procedure with less complications with success almost similar to electrosurgery making it more suitable for plantar warts.
CONCLUSION: Bleomycin solution after ablative fractional carbon dioxide laser is effective and safe to treat periungual warts. Further large controlled studies are necessary to validate effectiveness and find an optimal regimen. PMID: 30957690 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: PDL and C. albicans antigen injection are safe and effective treatment alternatives for genital warts. PDL yielded better frequencies of clearance, but C. albicans antigen has additional advantages, including a single injection site and treating distant and internal mucosal uninjected warts, which are usually difficult to treat. PMID: 30901065 [PubMed - in process]