Blister following verruca cryotherapy

Blister following verruca cryotherapy

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Cryosurgery blister after verruca treatment on the foot of a 62 year old woman. Cryosurgery is the treatment of a condition through the direct application of extreme cold. In this case, liquid nitrogen, at -196 degrees Celsius, was applied to the skin. This immediately kills the tissues, and causes the formation of a blister. The verruca is killed and falls off after the blister heals. A verruca is a wart that is compressed into the skin by the pressure on the foot. Warts are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).

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