REGRESSING PLANTAR WART
By Gary M. White, MD
The immune system may suddenly attack a patient's warts, causing them all to regress.
Spontaneous blackening of a wart is a sign of imminent regression [AD 1982;118;47]. Erythema and pruritus may precede this color change. After turning black, the wart just peels and falls off.
First the wart turns black and then falls off. Shallow holes are left for a brief period of time. Usually, no scarring occurs.
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