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Warts Successfully Treated By Homoeopathic Treatment

Introduction

A small fleshy bump on the skin or the mucous membrane caused by human papillomavirus. Warts are caused by various strains of human papillomaviruses. Different strains may cause warts in different parts of the body. Warts can be spread from one location on the body to another or from person to person by contact with the warts. The main symptom is a fleshy, painless growth on the skin. Common areas affected include the hands, feet and genitals. Treatment may include medication and removal through medical procedures.

How do dermatologists diagnose warts? According to Dermatologist

A dermatologist can tell whether you have a wart by looking at it. In rare cases, a dermatologist may need to perform a skin biopsy to be certain. If a dermatologist needs to perform a biopsy, the doctor will remove the wart and send it to a lab. At the lab, a small piece of the wart will be looked at under a microscope.

How do dermatologists treat warts? According to Dermatologist

Warts often go away without treatment. This is especially true when children get warts. In adults, warts may not disappear as easily or as quickly as they do in children. Although most warts are harmless, dermatologists do treat them.

You should see a dermatologist if you cannot get rid of the warts, the warts hurt, or you have many warts. Dermatologists have many treatments for warts. The treatment used depends on the patient’s age and health as well as the type of wart.

A dermatologist may use one of the following treatments:

  • Cantharidin: A dermatologist may treat a wart in the office by painting it with cantharidin. Cantharidin causes a blister to form under the warts. In a week or so, you can return to the office and the dermatologist will clip away the dead wart.

Cryotherapy: For common warts in adults and older children, cryotherapy freezing is the most common treatment. This treatment is not too painful. It can cause dark spots in people who have dark skin. It is common to need repeat treatments.

  • Electro surgery and curettage: Electro surgery burning is a good treatment for common warts, filiform warts, and foot warts. Curettage involves scraping off (curetting) the wart with a sharp knife or small, spoon-shaped tool. These two procedures often are used together. The dermatologist may remove the wart by scraping it off before or after electro surgery.
  • Excision: The doctor may cut out the wart excision.

              If the warts are hard-to-treat, the dermatologist may use one of the following

              Treatments

  • Laser treatment: Laser treatment is an option, mainly for warts that have not responded to other therapies. Before laser treatment, the dermatologist may numb the wart with an anesthetic injection shot.
  • Chemical peels: When flat warts appear, there are usually many warts. Because so many warts appear, dermatologists often prescribe “peeling” methods to treat these warts. This means, you will apply a peeling medicine at home every day. Peeling medicines include salicylic acid (stronger than you can buy at the store), tretinoin, and glycolic acid.
  • Bleomycin: The dermatologist may inject each wart with an anti-cancer medicine, bleomycin. The shots may hurt. They can have other side effects, such as nail loss if given in the fingers.
  • Immunotherapy: This treatment uses the patient’s own immune system to fight the warts. This treatment is used when the warts remain despite other treatments. One type of immunotherapy involves applying a chemical, such as diphencyprone (DCP), to the warts. A mild allergic reaction occurs around the treated warts. This reaction may cause the warts to go away. Another type of immunotherapy involves getting shots of interferon. The shots can boost the body’s immune system, which gives the body the ability to fight the virus.

Outcome

There is no cure for the wart virus. This means that warts can return at the same site or appear in a new spot. Sometimes, it seems that new warts appear as fast as old ones go away. This happens when the old warts shed virus cells into the skin before the warts are treated. This allows new warts to grow around the first warts. The best way to prevent this is to have your dermatologist treat new warts as soon as they appear.

                           According to Homoeopathy warts are chronic one sided disease. According to our Master Dr.C.F.S Hahnemann Natural chronic disease Naturally cure bye the homoeopathic medicine and orthodox school are spoils the natural chronic disease into more worse condition of the patient. They can shift superficial natural disease into deep and more vital organs of the body and ultimately they removed partially or fully the vital organs of a patient by surgery which caused a permanent loss of vital organ of the patient Dr.Hahnemann says in his book ‘The Chronic Disease Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure’ chronic disease cause by chronic Miasm.

Dr.J.H.Allen also discuss about chronic disease and the chronic miasm in his book ‘The Chronic Miasms with Repertory’. We consider mainly the sycotic miasma is the background of warts cases extra growth cases.

Classification of warts

 Histopathology

Common wart (Verrucca vulgaris)

Histopathology features include acanthosis, digitated epidermal hyperplasia, papillomatosis, compact orthokeratosis, hypergranulosis, tortuous capillaries within the dermal papillae, and vertical tiers of parakeratotic cells with red blood cells entrapped above the tips of the digitations. Elongated rete ridges may point radially toward the center of the lesion. In the granular layer, cells infected with HPV have coarse keratohyalin granules and vacuoles surrounding wrinkled-appearing nuclei. Koilocytic cells are pathognomonic.

Butcher’s

Butcher’s warts have acanthosis, hyperkeratosis, and papillomatosis. Small vacuolized cells are seen, and centrally located shrunken nuclei may be identified in clusters within the granular layer rete ridges.

Filiform

Filiform warts appear similar to common warts, but they may have prominent papillomatosis.

Focal Epithelial Hyperplasia (Heck disease)

Focal epithelial hyperplasia is characterized by acanthosis, blunting, hyperplastic mucosa with thin parakeratotic stratum corneum, anastomosis of rete ridges, and whiteness of epidermal cells due to intracellular edema. Some may have prominent keratohyalin granules, and vacuolated cells may be present.

Deep Palmoplantar

Deep palmoplantar warts are similar to common warts except the lesion lies deep to the plane of the skin surface. The endophytic epidermal growth has the distinctive feature of polygonal, refractile-appearing, eosinophilic, cytoplasmic inclusions made up of keratin filaments, forming ring like structures. Basophilic parakeratotic cells loaded with virions and basophilic nuclear inclusions and may be in the upper layers of the epidermis.

Flat

Flat warts are similar to common warts in light microscopy. Cells with prominent perinuclear vacuolization around pyknotic, basophilic, centrally located nuclei can be in the granular layer. These are referred to as “owl’s eye cells.”

Cystic

Common wart (Verrucca vulgaris)

Histopathologic features include acanthosis, digitated epidermal hyperplasia, papillomatosis, compact orthokeratosis, hypergranulosis, tortuous capillaries within the dermal papillae, and vertical tiers of parakeratotic cells with red blood cells entrapped above the tips of the digitations. Elongated rete ridges may point radially toward the center of the lesion. In the granular layer, cells infected with HPV have coarse keratohyalin granules and vacuoles surrounding wrinkled-appearing nuclei. Koilocytic cells are pathognomonic.

Butcher’s

Butcher’s warts have acanthosis, hyperkeratosis, and papillomatosis. Small vacuolized cells are seen, and centrally located shrunken nuclei may be identified in clusters within the granular layer rete ridges.

Filiform

Filiform warts appear similar to common warts, but they may have prominent papillomatosis.

Focal Epithelial Hyperplasia (Heck disease)

Focal epithelial hyperplasia is characterized by acanthosis, blunting, hyperplastic mucosa with thin parakeratotic stratum corneum, anastomosis of rete ridges, and whiteness of epidermal cells due to intracellular edema. Some may have prominent keratohyalin granules, and vacuolated cells may be present.

Deep Palmoplantar

Deep palmoplantar warts are similar to common warts except the lesion lies deep to the plane of the skin surface. The endophytic epidermal growth has the distinctive feature of polygonal, refractile-appearing, eosinophilic, cytoplasmic inclusions made up of keratin filaments, forming ring like structures. Basophilic parakeratotic cells loaded with virions and basophilic nuclear inclusions and may be in the upper layers of the epidermis.

Flat

Flat warts are similar to common warts in light microscopy. Cells with prominent perinuclear vacuolization around pyknotic, basophilic, centrally located nuclei can be in the granular layer. These are referred to as owl’s eye cells.

Homoeopathic Treatment

According to homoeopathy we treat the patients not the disease. Choice of remedy depend upon totality of symptoms consider with miasmatic background, constitution, modalities, diet and regiment, environmental conditions, mental and social economical conditions

A Case of Skin Tag

Name: Mr P.Singhal   Age: 55 S/O Mr.Singhal Add: Resident of Agra    Occupation: Writer/Journalist

Sex:-Male   Religion:-Hindu    B.P:-130/85mmhg      Pulse: 78/Mint         Wt.: 71kg                       Diet: – Vegetarian

P/C- Chief complaint

Location :-Skin wart at the dorsal part of the neck, since 2010.

Sensation :-Hard on touch

Modality :-Slight Itching with burning sensation some times.

Causation:-

Scratching violently at left  neck region

H/O-

Pain at Epigastric region region

Previously burning in micturition.àUrinary Tract Infection

Diagnosis: – UTI

Past History:-

Parents was not so supportive to him and his wife

Finical loss due as his younger brother has stolen all the wealth earns by him and his parents.

Loss of Business à Life situation.

Family History:-

Father:-DM 2, Dead due to Heart Attack                                      Mother :-Dead Due to Heart Attack

At 2000                                                                                                                                      at 2010

Personal:-

Smoker since 20 Years

Tabaco Chewing since 20 Years

Alcohol Occasionally

Irregular diet

Highly seasoned food

Fatty food

Physical Generals:-

Appetite: – Not Good Acidity, Sour Belching, Heaviness In Abdomen After Eating Flatulence.

Desire: – Tea 6 to 7 times a day, and sweats any kind of

Intolerance: – of cold

Thirst: – 7lt to 8lt /day all weather.

Stool: – Can’t pass until feels pressure.

Urine: – Irritable while micturition

Passes the urine 4 to 6 times/day

Sleep: – 5hrs to 6 hrs. un refreshing  and in complete  

Dreams: – As if someone in giving advice to him to do so.

Mental:-

Anger Expressed

Industrious

Anarchist

Superstitious

Modalities:-

Aggravation: – during Morning

Amelioration:-Warm and completing his work

03/02/2020

Totality of the case:-

Loss of Business

Smoking

Highly Seasons food

Desire of stimulants

Industrious

Repertory: – Radar 10, Synthesis Repertory 8.1

Rx

Nuv Vomica 1M 1 dose at bed time in Sugar of Milk

Placebo 3 Pills Three times a day

Follow up criteria:-After every 15 days

Selection of remedy

I select Very common medicine and normally used by common people for gastric complaints “Nux Vomica”, According to the symptoms similarity and repertory

Follow UP

Follow up on. I

The size was reduced

Burning in urine is increased and flow also

Feeling of Drowsiness at evening time

Weakness all day

Sleeplessness

Follow up on II

The size was pretty much reduced

Burning in urine is less but flow is as same

Drowsiness at evening time continued

Appetite increased

Thirst is increased 

Follow up on III

Day 50

The size was continued to reduced

Burning in urine is better and flow also better

Feeling of Drowsiness at evening time is better

Weakness all day present

Sleeplessness better

Appetite normal

Thirst is normal 3lt to 4lt /day

Follow up on IV

The size was continued to reduced

Burning in urine is better and flow also better

Feeling of Drowsiness at evening time is better

Weakness all day present

Sleeplessness better

Appetite normal

Thirst is normal 4lt to 6lt /day

Completely Relieved in all symptoms  

Conclusion

I like to say warts can easily remove without any operation by the homoeopathic treatment without any palliation this case as you can see how a simple medicine can be power full if the selection is correct.

As the great master Dr.Hahnemann says in his Organon of medicine as in aphorisms that how to treat and how to restore sick to health by following his route of Seven Cardinal Principles of homoeopathy for betterment of the society and patient.

Abstract                                                            

During this case taking I was thinking that why the wart come along on the neck and the left side only. After gradually knowing that in this case the finical issue was raised in his life during 2009 and his parent was no so much supportive as he was suppressing his emotions against them specifically with mother after father’s death she was head of family as in Dr.Hamer’s theory the biological conflicts as left side not being able to eliminate a biological conflicts of the disfigurement conflict was present.

Bibliography

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The Chronic Disease Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure.

The Chronic Miasms with Repertory.

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Website:-

www.pmj.bmj.com

www.ijrh.org

www.healthline.com

www.aad.org/public/diseases/a-z/warts-treatment https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK431047

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