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Duda papiloma

Discussion in 'Español' started by NavicularDrop, Sep 16, 2020.

  1. NavicularDrop

    NavicularDrop Welcome New Poster


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    Buenas a todxs! A ver si podéis ayudarme con este problema.
    Estoy tratando a una paciente que tiene un papiloma plantar de aprox. 2x2cm en la zona lateral del pie sobre el talón. Le estoy aplicando nitrato de plata tras deslaminado de la lesión c/96h y apósito oclusivo, el otro día al revisar me encuentro que perilesional presenta una erupción cutánea roja que le pica, el papiloma no noto que evolucione de manera satisfactoria, y hoy me comenta la paciente que esa erupción ha cambiado a color morado que sigue picando.
    Estoy muy perdido, alguien puede aportar algo de luz al respecto.
    Saludos!!!
     
  2. Faenorx

    Faenorx Active Member

    Estaría bien la aportación de imágenes.

    ¡si pica, sanita! Vas por el buen camino, aunque con nítrato de plata, no es de lo más rápido a la hora de poner fin al papiloma, sobre todo porque 2x2cm es bastante amplia la superficie a tratar.

    Saludos
     
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