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Dr. Dastagiri P https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7930-3685
Warts, Individualisation, Homoeopathy, MONARCH
Verruca vulgaris, also known as common warts, is benign lesions caused by the non-malignant human papillomavirus, affecting approximately 10% of the population globally. It may range from 1 mm to several cm, and are mostly seen on the extremities, followed by the face. They may be transmitted by direct or indirect contact and lead to cosmetic concerns, itching and mild to severe pain while doing activities. Conventional treatment has destructive therapies such as salicylic acid, cauterisation and cryosurgery, which induce many adverse effects from local to general. However, an individualised homoeopathic approach can be used to effectively treat these warts, without any need of applying topicals, or recurrence of the complaints. The improvement was assessed through photographic records. This case series provides an insight to individualised homoeopathic intervention in different types of warts and paves the way for pragmatic studies in the future.
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Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy
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How to cite this article
P D, S.G.S C, Mittal R. Effectiveness of individualised homoeopathic intervention in warts – A case series. Indian J Res Homoeopathy 2023;17(3):187-198. doi: 10.53945/2320-7094.1299