Giant verruca vulgaris: a case report

  • Mona S. Haroen, Herliyani M. Purba, Eddy Kartadjukardi, Sri A. Sularsito
  • Published 2009


Common wart is the most frequent clinical lesion caused by human papillomaviruses (HPVs). Giant, chronic, isolated, and solitary lesion is uncommon. We reported a case of giant verruca vulgaris in a 66 year-old man on left dorsal pedis that slowly enlarged and hardened in 10 years. It was a solitary hyperkeratotic verruca vulgaris, grey brownish in color… (More)


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@inproceedings{Haroen2009GiantVV, title={Giant verruca vulgaris: a case report}, author={Mona S. Haroen and Herliyani M. Purba and Eddy Kartadjukardi and Sri A. Sularsito}, year={2009} }