a. The warts are continuing to spread.
b. Some of the warts are split and tender and they interfere with manual activities.
c. Warts are contagious and the child is a source of infection for playmates and family members.
d. The child may become a social outcast due to the disfiguring appearance of these lesions.
2. What preparation is required before active treatment begins? Answer: Before treatment begins, the mother and child must understand that treatment will require an indeterminate number of regular visits which must be followed through until the warts are gone. They must also understand there will be some discomfort.
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