Preputial warts are so common in both male and female at old ages and childhood, preputial warts are mainly infectious secondary to infection by the human papilloma virus, usually they heal without scarring. The incidence of anogenital warts in both children and adults has an increased incidence in recent decades.
KeywordsDermatoscopy Seborrhoeic warts Viral warts Condylomata acuminata
Measles, mumps, and rubella
Human papilloma virus
Sexually transmitted infection
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