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Warts (common)

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These present as rounded, elevated, hyperkeratotic lesions usually less than 1 cm in diameter. Most commonly, the fingers and the back of the hands are affected. They demonstrate the Koebner response.

In children, warts often are multiple and may commonly occur on the face. Lesions on the face are smoother and have a dome-like shape.

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