Clinical Photos of Wart Immunotherapy Patients at Dr. Signore's Tinley Park Dermatology Office
Large wart on little finger (approximately 1 centimeter in height)
8 weeks following 1 injection, large wart on little finger is completely clear.
Numerous warts on fingers (Before immunotherapy)
AFTER CANDIDA IMMUNOTHERAPY
Large plantar wart on big toe
10 weeks after Candida immunotherapy session, large wart is completely resolved.
Girl with 22 plantar warts, which recurred despite surgical treatment
All 22 plantar warts have completely resolved
Periungual warts are often very difficult to eradicate
2 days after first injection, warts show a good immune response, with redness and some tenderness. If patients wish, they can take Tylenol, if needed.
All periungual warts have resolved after 2 injection sessions.
Young man with plantar wart surrounded by numerous minute satellite warts. Present for 4 months, despite topical salicylic acid liquid.
After just 1 injection of Candida allergenic extract into the largest wart, 8 weeks later all warts have resolved.
At 18 weeks after the single injection, all warts remain completely clear.
Young man with large plantar wart at base of great toe.
8 weeks after Candida immunotherapy, the plantar wart has resolved.
Adult with numerous plantar warts on heel, foot, and right great toe. Also present are 2 additional warts on the left foot.
After 3 sessions of Candida immunotherapy, including multiple injections on the last session, all warts have resolved. Even the 2 warts on the left foot, which were not injected, have resolved.
12 weeks after one Candida injection session, wart is completely resolved. Finger was sore for 1 week after injection.
The patient, shown below, came to Dr. Signore's office with 8 warts on the right index finger and right hand. His warts were present for 2 years, despite liquid nitrogen cryotherapy ("freezing") by another physician.
14 weeks after beginning Candida immunotherapy, the patient's warts have all resolved without scarring. This patient required a total of 3 immunotherapy sessions for complete clearance.
A younger man, shown below, was seen in our dermatology office in Tinley Park with numerous large warts on the fingers. This patient's warts were also resistant to previous treatment with liquid nitrogen.
During Candida immunotherapy, all other forms of wart treatment are discontinued.
Multiple warts are present on the fingers, which have failed one year's treatment with liquid nitrogen cryosurgery at another physician's office.
Same patient as above, shown on the day of the fourth immunotherapy visit, just prior to injection. Note: large warts which were present are now approximately 90% to 95% resolved.
The above photo shows the same patient 4 weeks after his fourth, and final immunotherapy treatment visit. All his warts have completely resolved. Note: this patient's warts had failed a total of 18 months of cryosurgery visits from 2 previous physicians. No scarring is seen.
Robert J. Signore, D.O., P.C. Dermatology 17730 S. Oak Park Avenue, Suite C Tinley Park, Illinois 60477 (708) 429-2992 Phone (708) 429-3699 FAX
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