Surgical treatment of warts includes:
- Cryotherapy for warts:
- Liquid nitrogen is used to freeze the wart.
- Repeated applications have a cure rate of about 80%.
- Resection of a wart:
- The wart is removed under local anesthesia.
- The cure rate is about 90%.
- Laser therapy for warts:
- Burns the wart
- Electrodesiccation for warts:
- An electric needle burns away the wart
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