Is There An Impact If Former TB Patients Do Wart Removal By Electrocauter Method?
Hello good afternoon dokI want to ask, is the former tb patient who has recovered can affect the wart removal operation by electrocauter method? Is there a relationship and its impact?
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Warts are caused by infection with the HPV virus (Human Papillomavirus). This disease is characterized by the appearance of bumps on the skin whose surface is rough, the same color as the skin or gray, and rarely causes itching or pain, but bleeds easily. Warts can spread easily to other people, especially those who have weak immune systems, either through direct or indirect contact. Therefore, people with warts need to treat their conditions as best they can by handling doctors, one of which can be with the electrocautery method (electrical surgery).
There are no contraindications for ex-Tuberculosis (TB) sufferers who have recovered to undergo electrocautery therapy to treat warts. Presumably, this also won't cause certain negative risks lurking at you. It's just that, indeed, as with other medical procedures, electrocautery to treat warts is not without risk. In rare cases, bleeding can occur, infection, or recurrent skin growth after this action is done. Therefore, so that warts heal more optimally, you should only undergo treatment in an expert, namely a doctor or dermatologist huh ..
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