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Dr Uzair
Dr Uzair, Doctor (non-pediatrics specialty)
Category: Pediatrics
Satisfied Customers: 6486
Experience:  MBBS. FCPS (R) General Surgery and Traumatology.5 years experience in Emergency Medicine.
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My daughter has a pretty big bump on her elbow and now there

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My daughter has a pretty big bump on her elbow and now there seems to be more a few more smaller ones developing in same area. I thought it may have been a wart but after weeks of wart medicine everyday,it has done nothing. This bump gets in her way,it's in a odd spot and was hoping you may have some suggestions. Or what Doctor she should see. I have no insurance and would not want to pay one doctor visit fee only to be referred to another doctor.thanks
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Pediatrics
Expert:  Dr Uzair replied 10 months ago.
Hi and thanks for the query.Can you please post a picture of the bump?
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
She is at school but I can when she is out at 330.
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Here's the shots
Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Do I get a response? Or do I have to pay more
Expert:  Dr Uzair replied 10 months ago.
Hi and thanks for the reply. My apologies for the delay.This is in fact a wart. And a big one at that. Warts this size are not easily treated with salicyclic acid preparations. And the ones that have developed around it are because of fumes and spread. I would suggest that you take her to a Dermatologist and have these treated with cryotherapy - a technique in which liquid nitrogen is applied in order to remove the warts. Another effective way will be cauterization. Both can work with good results and early resolution.Let me know if you have more concerns about this.Please do rate the answer by clicking on the stars on top of the screen.Wish you good health.