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Wart warts are spongy growths on the skin or mucous membranes caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). Infection occurs through contact or through contaminated surfaces or objects. Warts are most common on the hands and feet, but also occur on other areas of the body including the face and genitals. Warts on the soles of the feet are usually flat but can be very painful.

There are different ways of treating salivary warts – from the use of local corrosive agents (skin solution, patches) to more effective cryotherapy and laser treatment.


Cryoravirus is used as an extreme cold application to kill disease nodes on the skin. Liquid nitrogen is used to freeze diseased tissue.

The method is used to treat benign skin changes (viral warts, frogs’ eyes, hyperpigmentation). The widespread use of cryotherapy is due to its effectiveness and the low incidence of side effects.

Cryotherapy is carried out by nurses Marina Sats and Jelena Tamlop.

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