verruca plana

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verruca

 [vĕ-roo´kah] (L.)
1. wart.
2. one of the wartlike elevations on the endocardium in various types of endocarditis. adj., adj ver´rucose, verru´cous.
verruca pla´na a small, smooth, usually skin-colored or light brown, slightly raised wart sometimes occurring in great numbers; seen most often in children.
verruca planta´ris plantar wart.

ver·ru·ca pla·na

a smooth, flat, flesh-colored wart of small size, occurring in groups, seen especially on the face of the young; often associated with common warts of the hands, due to human papilloma virus, commonly, types 3 and 10.

verruca plana

a small, slightly elevated, smooth, tan or flesh-colored wart, sometimes occurring in large numbers on the face, neck, back of the hands, wrists, and knees, especially in children. Also called flat wart.

ver·ru·ca pla·na

(vĕr-ū'kă plā'nă)
A smooth small, flat, flesh-colored wart, occurring in groups, seen especially on the face of the young; often associated with common warts of the hands, due to human papilloma virus, commonly, types 3 and 10.
Synonym(s): flat wart.

verruca

pl. verrucae [L.]
1. a wart. See also papilloma, fibropapilloma.
2. one of the wart-like elevations on the endocardium in various types of endocarditis.

verruca plana
flat warts.