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Common Warts Information and Treatment

Common warts are larger and firmer elevations with a rough surface. They can be found anywhere on our body but they usually occur on the hands, forearms, knees and the upper parts of the feet. People usually develop thickening of the skin surface at the weight-bearing area in the sole (planter surface of the feet). Commonly known as corns they are caused by consistent pressure at a particular area which makes the outermost, horny layer of the skin proliferate. Planter warts are slightly different. They normally contain blood vessels and the surface of the wart, if carefully cut off, bleeds because of this. A mole or a nevus is synonymous with birthmarks . It is a discoloration of a circumscribed area of the skin due to extra pigment deposition. A mole is darker in colour and is solid. In comparison, a wart is a softer structure which is translucent and marked with veins. Common warts can occur at any age, but they are more frequently seen in children. Warts often occur on the fingers and hands, but they can grow anywhere on the skin. Common wart and cervical dysplasia are caused by different strains of HPV, but can be cured with cryosurgery. Broad immune therapies such as organic supplements are also beneficial. However, sometimes a physician visit is recommended so that an injection, which gets to the base of the lesion, can be administered. Non-prescribed (over the counter) drugs may be used to dissolve or freeze these. A common wart and cervical dysplasia are caused by different strains of HPV, but can be cured with cryosurgery.

 

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