Causes of Warts
Causes of Warts are said to be mainly virus infection and specifically by the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Warts are contagious when they come in contact with the skin of an infected person. Viruses usually penetrate the skin via small abrasions. Patients may get infected in different places. They typically disappear after a few months but can last for years and can recur.
Symptoms of Warts
Warts present certain symptoms which include rough elevation in the skin that occurs more frequently on the fingers, elbows, knees, face and scalp. They usually appear as small raised painless lesion with a rough-dry surface. Where there is pressure such as on the soles of the feet, they may be hardly raised, but tend to be painful. They flourish in the moist areas of the body.
Types of Warts
Several varieties of wart are categorised depending upon the shape and site of the wart. The wide kinds include common wart, filiform wart, flat wart, genital wart, mosaic wart and plantar wart.
Diagnosis of Warts
Diagnosis of warts begins with the identification of the specific type. A variety of wart treatment exists. In addition to that various vaccines are intended to prevent some strains of HPV. However, HPV once been contracted cannot be cured.
Treatment of Warts
Numerous treatments for warts are available, although no single therapy has been established as completely curative. Treatment of Warts can be done through nature cure, home remedies as well as aromatherapy.
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