Introduction Nongenital warts are a common presentation in general practice. Despite treatment
according to evidence based guidelines, a significant proportion of common warts fail
to resolve, becoming recalcitrant. This poses a problem in clinical management. The
recommendations for treating recalcitrant warts are unclear and there is a wide range of
second line treatments available. This article reviews the available methods of treatment
for recalcitrant nongenital warts as described in the medical literature.
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