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Warts are benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). They can appear anywhere on the body, but are most commonly found on the hands and feet. Warts are characterized by their rough surface and, depending on the type, can appear flat, raised, singly or in groups. Although warts are often harmless and sometimes disappear on their own, many people seek treatment for cosmetic reasons or discomfort. Methods of removal include topical treatments with salicylic acid, cryotherapy (icing), laser therapy or surgical removal. As warts are contagious, it is important to avoid direct contact with other people's warts or surfaces that have come into contact with warts.
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- Definition of warts

Warts are benign, protruding growths on the skin caused by the humane papillomavirus (HPV). They can occur at different parts of the body and are usually painless, but sometimes they can also itch or easily bleed.

The reasons for developing warts can be varied. One possible cause is direct contact with the HPV virus, for example by touching or using towels or shoes. A weakened immune system can also increase the risk of getting warts. Children and adolescents are affected more often than adults.

The symptoms of warts can vary depending on the type and location. Common signs are a rough surface that can sometimes feel like cauliflower. Warts can also have a different color than the surrounding skin and can be hard or soft. Depending on the size and position, you can be uncomfortable or a cosmetic impairment.

There are different types of warts, including ordinary warts, which mostly appear on the hands and fingers, plantar warts that occur on the soles of the feet, thorn warts that mainly occur on the feet, and flat warts, which are usually flatter and often in the face appear.

Overall, warts are a common problem, which is usually harmless, but should be treated due to its ability to spread and possible cosmetic impairment. If warts are suspected, it is advisable to see a doctor in order to receive a precise diagnosis and corresponding treatment.

- Types of warts

Warts are widespread skin growth caused by the human papilloma virus. They appear in different shapes and at different parts of the body and can occur in both adults and children. Warts are usually harmless, but can be uncomfortable due to their external appearance and possible spread. There are different types of warts that differ in the appearance and place of the infection. One of the most common species is the ordinary warts, which mostly appear on the hands, fingers or knees. These warts have a rough surface and can occur individual or in groups. Plantar warts, on the other hand, usually develop on the sole of the foot, which can lead to pain when walking. Coward warts are transmitted through sexual contact and can usually be found in the genital area. These small, hard and meat -colored growths can be uncomfortable and should be treated by a doctor. There are also flat warts that prefer to appear in children and adolescents and frequently on the face, on the hands or knees. Although warts can usually disappear on their own, it is advisable to have them treated by the doctor in the event of problems.

Frequent warts

Warts are a common skin disease caused by the humane papillomavirus (HPV). There are different types of warts, of which the vulgar wart and brushed warts occur most frequently.

Vulgar warts are the most common wart type and mainly appear on hands and fingers. They have a rough surface and are usually white or gray. These warts can be transmitted by direct skin contact or indirectly via objects such as towels or clothing.

Brush warts, on the other hand, appear in minds or groups of warts and can have different shapes and sizes. They can be found on the legs and face, especially around the mouth and nose. Brush warts can be spread more easily if they are scratched or accidentally injured.

Another kind of warts that appears less frequently are the thumb warts. These mainly appear on the hands and have a rough surface. They can be painful and affect nail growth.

Overall, warts can occur at various areas of the body, especially on the hands, fingers and face. It is important not to remove warts yourself, otherwise they can be spread more easily. Instead, it is advisable to see a dermatologist who can offer the best treatment option.

- Description and characteristics

Wart

Description and features:

Warts are small, non -cancer -like growths on the skin caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV). You can occur at different areas of the body, such as your hands, feet, face or genitals. Warts often appear as small, rough, sublime nodules that can have a different color. They can appear individually or in groups and are sometimes crossed by small black dots (blood vessels).

The treatment options for warts include the use of salicylic acid preparations that remove the skin layer and combat the virus. Another procedure is the icing of the wart, in which liquid nitrogen is sprayed onto the wart or applied with a cotton swab to destroy the tissue.

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- Causes and risk factors

Warts are small, benign skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). This virus can infect the skin cells and cause them to multiply quickly. Warts can occur at various areas of the body, including hands, face, feet and genitals. Although warts are usually harmless and can disappear on their own, they can still be uncomfortable and affect self -confidence.

In addition to the HPV, there are a number of factors that can increase the risk of a wart infection. The causes and risk factors for warts include a weakened immune system, skin injuries or abrasions, close physical contact with an infected person, sharing personal objects such as towels or razors as well as barefoot running in public places such as swimming pools or dressing rooms.

It is important to note that warts can be contagious and that precautionary measures should be taken to prevent spread. This includes avoiding contact with infected persons and participation in hygiene practices such as regular hand washing and wearing shoes in public areas. If there are warts, it is advisable not to scrape up or scratch them because this can lead to further spread. In some cases, it may be necessary to use medical help to treat the warts.

Vulgar wart

A vulgar wart, also known as the ordinary wart or Verruca vulgaris, is a common skin disease caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). It occurs primarily in children and adolescents, but can also affect adults.

Symptoms of a vulgar wart are small, rough, sublime growths on the skin, which normally have a round or oval shape. They are usually gray or brownish colored and can occur individually or in groups. Warts often appear on the hands, fingers, soles of the feet or knees, since these areas are infected more often.

The treatment options for vulgar warts include both self -treatment methods and the visit of a dermatologist. Self-treatment options include the use of over-the-counter medication such as salicylic acid or wart paves that can remove the wart. Another option is the use of freezing products that can kill the wart by means of cold.

If these treatment methods are unsuccessful or the wart is very persistent, a dermatologist can take professional measures. This can include the use of stronger chemicals or the removal of the wart by cryotherapy, laser treatment or operational methods.

It is important not to scratch or rub vulgar warts, as this can lead to its spread. Wart -infected areas should also be kept clean to prevent the spread of the virus. It is recommended to obtain medical advice in order to find the best possible treatment option and avoid complications.

- Definition and appearance

Warts are benign skin growths caused by infection with the human papilloma virus (HPV). As a rule, they are painless, but can be uncomfortable depending on the position and size. Warts can occur at various areas of the body, such as on the hands, feet, face or genitals.

The appearance of warts can vary, depending on the type of HPV that caused the infection. Common signs of a wart are a rough, knotty or cauliflower -like surface. They can stand out or be flat and often have a bright, white or gray color. Warts can occur individually or in groups and in some cases they can cause itching or bleeding.

There are different types of warts, depending on the triggering HPV. This includes ordinary warts, which mostly appear on the hands or fingers, plantars that occur on the soles of the feet and genital warts that occur in the genital area.

The appearance of warts is determined by various factors, such as the type of HPV, the duration of the infection and the individual reaction of the body. The immune system also plays a role, as it can lead to a strong immune response that warts disappear faster while a weakened immune response can lead to a longer period of warts.

Warts are widespread and can occur at any age. It is important to prevent infected skin areas by avoiding direct contact with infected persons or objects. In addition, various treatment options can help remove warts or relieve their symptoms.

- Comparison with other types of warts

Warts are skin -colored, small, sublime growths on the skin caused by the humane papillomavirus (HPV). There are different types of warts that can occur at different parts of the body. The most common are ordinary warts that most often appear on the hands and fingers. Plantar warts, on the other hand, appear on the soles of the feet and can be painful. Genital warts are a sexually transmitted infection and occur in the genital area. Dell warts are smaller, reddish warts that often occur in children. Compared to other types of warts, they are softer and can spread faster. Flat warts are flat, smooth warts, which mostly appear on the face and on the legs. They can often be found in larger groups. Finally, there are periungual warts that can occur around the nails and can lead to nail changes. Each of these wart types can have different symptoms and complications, and the treatment options vary depending on the type. It is important to diagnose each wart type correctly in order to initiate the right therapy and reduce the risk of spreading the wart.

Symptoms

As a frequent skin infection, warts can cause different types of symptoms. The symptoms vary depending on the type of wart, but generally they can be described as small, rough skin growths. There are different types of warts, including ordinary warts, genital warts and plantars warts.

Ordinary warts usually appear on the hands, fingers or face. They are round or oval, have a rough surface and are often surrounded by skin folds. Cowless warts, on the other hand, are mostly found in the genital area and have a softer, fleshy texture. Plantare warts are flat warts with black dots that can occur on the soles of the feet.

Warts can also cause pain. For example, if warts occur on the hands or fingers, they can cause pressure pain because they are irritated by movements or gripping objects. Plantare warts can cause pain when walking or standing because the pressure of body weight is exerted on them.

It is important to note that warts are contagious and can easily be transferred from one person to another. If a wart remains untreated or is constantly irritated, it can become larger and more painful. Therefore, if warts are suspected, a doctor should be consulted to determine the correct treatment and prevent further spread.

- signs of ordinary warts

Ordinary warts are small, rough growths on the skin, which often occur on the hands, fingers and soles of the feet. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) and are usually harmless, but still unsightly and sometimes painful. The signs of ordinary warts are an irregular, wart -like structure with a rough surface. You can also have small black dots known as blood vessels. These warts are usually not dangerous, but can be easily spread by scratching or injuring the skin.

The author can treat ordinary warts with various treatment methods. A frequently applied home remedy is to treat the affected area with a salicylic acid solution, which discharges the upper layer of the wart and gradually makes it disappear. Domestic skin icing can also be used to remove the warts. In some cases, it may also be necessary to see a doctor and carry out a wart removal in which the wart is removed professionally.

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- Pain in connection with warts

Warts are a widespread skin problem that can cause pain. They are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV) and can occur at different areas of the body, such as on the hands, feet, face or genitals. Warts are usually not life -threatening, but can lead to inconvenience due to their painful nature. The pain in connection with warts can vary depending on the location and size. If warts occur, for example, in highly stressed areas such as the soles of the feet, you can cause severe pain when running or standing. Some people feel an oppressive pain, while others feel a burning, stinging or itchy feeling. Warts can also be painful if they are irritated or injured, for example when scratching or tearing off the top layer of skin. The pain in connection with warts can affect the quality of life and those affected prompt to search for effective treatment methods in order to relieve the pain and get rid of the warts permanently.

Strong pain

Severe pain can be caused by a variety of causes. Common factors are injuries, inflammation, degenerative diseases or overloading. Depending on the cause, it is important to choose the suitable treatment method.

A possible treatment option for severe pain is medication. Pain relievers can temporarily offer relief by blocking or reducing the pain. However, they should only be taken at short notice because long -term use can lead to unwanted side effects.

Physiotherapy is another effective way of treating severe pain. Through targeted exercises and manual therapy, the muscles can strengthen, promote blood circulation and improve mobility.

In addition to conventional treatment methods, there are also alternative therapies that can help with severe pain. Acupuncture, massage or homeopathy are just a few examples of this. These therapies can relieve the pain and improve well -being through holistic approaches.

Preventive measures are also important to avoid severe pain. A healthy lifestyle, regular exercise and avoiding overload can help prevent pain. It is also important to react in good time to initial signs of pain and to go into medical treatment in order to avoid consequential damage.

Overall, it is important to emphasize that choosing the appropriate treatment option with severe pain depends on the cause. It is advisable to consult a doctor or therapist to develop an individual treatment strategy and effectively counteract the pain.

- Effects on daily activities

The e-recipe has a significant impact on daily activities in connection with the treatment of warts. By electronic prescription plant -based means to combat warts, the process of procurement and application is significantly simplified. The patient can receive the recipe online and pick up the necessary funds in a pharmacy without having to be on site personally. This saves time and the walk to the pharmacy can be seamlessly integrated into the daily activities.

Nevertheless, it is important to emphasize the need for prevention and patience in the treatment of warts. Vegetable means usually need more time to become effective, and continuous use is required. It is important to follow the instructions of the doctor or the package insert carefully and not to be expected that the warts will disappear immediately. Patience is the key to successful treatment.

In order to reduce the risk of infection of warts, some recommended measures should be observed. This includes avoiding direct contact with warts, wearing shoes in public swimming pools, showers and changing rooms, regular washing the hands and avoiding the common use of towels or other personal objects.

Overall, the e-recipe has an impact on daily activities related to wart treatment by facilitating the process of prescription and procurement of vegetable means. Nevertheless, it is important to take preventive measures and be patient in treatment in order to reduce the risk of infection and achieve effective results.

- treatment options for pain relief

Warts are small, unsightly skin growth caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). You can occur at different areas of the body, such as on the hands, feet or face. Warts are usually harmless, but can be disturbing due to their unpleasant appearance or possible pain. Fortunately, there are treatment options to remove warts or at least relieve the associated pain.

One way to relieve pain for warts is the use of salicylic acid products. Salicylic acid is a chemical compound that gradually dissolves warts and thus reduces its size. These products are usually sold as wart paves or solutions and can easily be purchased in pharmacies. They should be applied regularly to the wart to develop their effect.

In addition to the salicylic acid, the icing of the wart with liquid nitrogen can also be helpful. This method, also called cryotherapy, takes advantage of the low temperatures of the nitrogen to freeze the wart and kill your cells. This can alleviate pain and ultimately lead to wart removal. However, more than one treatment is often required to achieve the desired effect.

It is important to note that warts can also disappear on their own. In some cases, the immune system can combat the wart and let it heal without additional treatment. However, if a wart is painful or long -lasting, it is advisable to see a doctor to discuss suitable treatment options.

diagnosis

Warts are small, benign skin growths caused by the human papilloma virus. Various studies and diagnostic methods are available to diagnose warts.

A simple visual examination can often be sufficient to recognize warts. The doctor can examine the expression and appearance of the warts to make a diagnosis. In some cases, however, it can be difficult to visually distinguish the warts from other skin changes.

In such cases, further diagnostic tests can be carried out. A possible method is the dermatoscopy in which a special magnifying glass is used to take a closer look at skin changes. A biopsy in which a small sample of the wart is removed and examined under the microscope can also be carried out to make a definitive diagnosis.

When the differential diagnosis of warts, other skin growths such as skin tumors, cysts or clogged sebaceous glands must be excluded. A visit to the doctor is therefore important in order to obtain a precise diagnosis and to discuss suitable treatment options. Especially when warts are painful, spread out or are in unusual places, it is advisable to see a doctor.

Overall, it is important to take advantage of professional medical help if you suspect warts. This is the only way to make a safe diagnosis and suitable treatment initiated.

How will warts exceed? How will warts exceed?

Warts are benign but annoying skin growth caused by infection with the human papillomavirus (HPV). There are different types of warts, each with different features.

The ordinary wart (Verruca vulgaris) is the most common way and usually occurs on the hands or fingers. It appears as a rough, wart -like elevation with an irregular surface. Brush warts (Verruca Plana), on the other hand, are flat and smooth, mostly on the face, on the arms or legs. Flat warts (Verrucaplanoplanaris) are small, flat skin growths with a smooth surface that occur on the face or on the back of the hand. Thorn warts (Verruca Plantaris) are painful warts on the foot and often have a black dot in the middle. Mosaic warts (Verruca Mosaicadigitata) form several small, narrow wart bonds that most often occur on the feet.

Warts often occur in children and young adults, since their immune system is often not yet sufficiently developed to ward off the HPV. They can be transmitted by direct contact with an infected person or by touching contaminated surfaces, for example in public swimming pools or changing rooms. It is important to consider hygiene measures such as regular hand washing to avoid transmission.

What symptoms can occur? What symptoms can occur?

Warts are small, rough growths on the skin, which can be caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). You can appear on the body at various points, such as on your hands, feet, face or genitals.

The symptoms of warts can vary. Warts typically appear as small, skin -colored or brownish nodules that have an irregular surface. You can itch or be painful, especially if you are in places where you are exposed to friction or pressure.

The psychological stress due to warts should also not be underestimated. Warts can lead to shame and impairments of self -esteem in particular on the face or on the genitals.

There are different types of warts, such as the ordinary warts, thorn warts, coward warts and flat warts.

There are different therapy options for every type of wart. The common treatment methods include medication such as salicylic acid, icing with liquid nitrogen (cryotherapy), laser treatment or removing the wart by a doctor. In some cases, warts can also disappear on their own, but this can take a long time.

It is important to treat warts early to avoid spreading and prevent possible complications. A doctor can choose the best treatment option for the individual situation and also respond to the location and severity of the wart.

How is the diagnosis made? How is the diagnosis made?

The diagnosis of warts is usually made by a dermatologist. In order to obtain a precise diagnosis, the dermatologist looks at the appearance of the warts and carefully examines them. The dermatologist often uses a special tool called dermatoscope to look at the warts in greater enlargement.

Another diagnostic method that the dermatologist often uses is to use acetic acid on the warts. Acetic acid changes the color of the affected skin area and thus facilitates the detection of warts.

In some cases, the dermatologist can also carry out a biopsy to ensure a precise diagnosis. A small sample of the affected tissue is removed and sent to a laboratory for further examination. This enables the dermatologist to rule out other possible skin diseases and make a precise diagnosis.

Overall, it is important to go to a dermatologist early on warts to get a correct diagnosis and choose the best treatment option.

How is the treatment? How is the treatment?

There are various treatment options for warts mentioned in the background information. This includes:

1. icing (cryotherapy): The wart is icy by applying liquid nitrogen.

2. Dail in with sprays: Similar to cryotherapy, the wart is treated by applying a icy spray.

3. Salicylic acid: Regular application of salicylic acid can gradually remove the wart.

4. Laser treatment: The wart tissue is destroyed by the use of a laser.

5. Operation: Operative removal can take place in persistent warts.

The cost coverage for wart treatments depends on the type of treatment and statutory health insurance. Usually, health insurance pays the costs for icing (cryotherapy) and treatment with salicylic acid. With special treatments such as laser treatment or an operation, it may be that additional costs are incurred that may not be covered by health insurance.

Home remedies are often not recommended because they are usually not sufficiently effective. Home remedies such as applying garlic, apple cider vinegar or banana shells on warts can irritate the skin, but usually have no sustainable effect on the wart itself. It is therefore advisable to use professional treatment options to effectively combat the warts.

Whom can I ask? Whom can I ask?

Warts are small, unsightly growths on the skin caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). You can occur at various areas of the body, such as your hands, feet or in the genital area. Although warts are usually harmless, they can be annoying and unsightly, especially if they multiply or occur in sensitive areas. If you suffer from warts, the question often arises: where can I turn?

There are various ways to find real specialist staff for the treatment of warts. A first point of contact is the family doctor, who is familiar with warts and can give an initial assessment. He is often able to remove the wart or advise suitable treatment methods. In addition, a dermatologist, i.e. a dermatologist, can also be visited, which is particularly familiar with skin problems and diseases. Depending on the case, these doctors can offer various treatment options, such as icing, laser therapy or ointments.

There are also pharmacies that offer special ointments or solutions for self -treatment of warts. Here you can get advice and acquire suitable means to treat the warts yourself. However, it is important to obtain the advice of a doctor beforehand to ensure that it is a wart and that it is not a different skin condition or a skin disease.

In any case, it is advisable to get advice from medical specialists in order to choose the appropriate treatment option for warts.

What helps against warts?

The next chapter "What helps against warts?" is devoted to the various methods and means to treat warts. It is explained that the selection of the appropriate method depends on various factors, such as the type and number of warts and their location.

There are a variety of methods and means to effectively treat warts. One of the most common is the local treatment with special ointments or creams that have a waiting effect. The icing of the warts with liquid nitrogen or removing with a laser are also methods that can be used.

When choosing the appropriate method, you should also take the individual needs and preferences into account. Close cooperation with a dermatologist can be helpful to find the best treatment strategy and minimize possible risks or side effects. It is important to emphasize that early treatment of warts is recommended to prevent the spread and reduce the risk of infection.

Dissolving the horn layer

The horny layer on the skin can be successfully dissolved by using various acids. These acids act effectively because they dissolve the connections between the skin cells and thus peel the horn layer. One of the most famous acids for the treatment of warts is salicylic acid. It is often used in the form of gels or solutions and is able to gently replace the horn layer. Salicylic acid also has antiviral properties that help treat warts.

Another acid used to dissolve the horn layer is lactic acid. It is usually applied to the wart in the form of gels or solutions and can effectively solve the horn layer. Lactic acid acts milder than salicylic acid, but is still effective when eliminating warts.

Vitamin A acid is often also used for warts on the face. This acid has a keratolytic effect and helps to dissolve the horn layer. By using vitamin A acid, the wart on the face can be gently and effectively removed.

Overall, these acids offer a good way to dissolve the horn layer and thus treat warts. Salicylic acid and lactic acid are the most common acids, while vitamin A acid is used especially for warts on the face. However, the use of these acids should be under medical supervision in order to avoid possible side effects.

Inslike warts (cryotherapy)

Warts are benign skin growths that often occur on hands, feet or other parts of the body. Fortunately, there are various treatment methods to remove these annoying warts, including warting, also known as cryotherapy.

During warting, liquid nitrogen is applied to the wart. This creates an extreme cold that destroys the top layer of skin. This exposure to cold attacks the tissue of the wart and ultimately repelled.

It is important to note that a single treatment is usually not sufficient to permanently remove the warts. Cryotherapy usually has to be repeated several times in order to achieve good results. The number of necessary treatments depends on the size and location of the wart.

However, there are also certain concerns and contraindications in warting. People with certain diseases such as circulatory disorders or immune deficiency should not use the method because they could favor the formation of scars or infections. It is important to obtain medical advice before cryotherapy to minimize possible risks.

Overall, warting is an effective method for treating warts. The use of liquid nitrogen can create an extreme cold that allows the warts to die. However, it is important to note that cryotherapy must be carried out several times and that certain contraindications should be observed.

Further methods

Warts are skin growth caused by human papillomaviruses (HPV). In addition to the usual treatment methods such as cryotherapy or icing, there are also other ways to treat warts.

Ointments and solutions with certain active ingredients can help combat warts. For example, 5-fluorouracil can be used, which inhibits the growth of the warting viruses. Aciclovir, an antiviral medication, can also be used against warts. These ointments and solutions are usually applied directly to the warts and applied over a certain period of time.

Another method for wart treatment is the curettage. Warts are removed with a sharp spoon or scalpel. This is particularly effective for stubborn or deep -seated warts.

Another option is laser treatment. Here, a laser beam is pointed to the wart and the affected tissue areas are destroyed. This means that the wart finally replaces itself.

Photodynamic therapy is a relatively new method. Warts are treated with a light -activable substance. The wart is then irradiated with special light, which activates the substance and destroys the wart.

So there are various methods for treating warts, such as ointments, solutions, curettage, laser treatment and photodynamic therapy. With stubborn or deep warts, it is advisable to visit a dermatologist to find the suitable treatment method.

Home remedies against warts

Warts are frequent skin growths caused by the humane papilloma virus and can occur at different areas of the body. Fortunately, there are many home remedies that can be used to treat warts.

A known method is the use of tea tree oil to the wart. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties and can combat the virus. Some drops of tea tree oil are applied directly to the wart and repeated several times a day until the wart drops.

Another possible treatment is bills of pigeon. Bandwort contains the natural ingredient chelidonic acid that has antiviral properties. You can apply the pigrot directly to the wart or use the bulk cabbage juice. It is important to be careful and to monitor the use of bulk cabbage, as it can lead to skin irritation in some cases.

However, there are many other home remedies that can help with the treatment of warts. This includes garlic, apple cider vinegar, aloe vera and lemon juice. Each of these natural ingredients contains antimicrobial or anti -inflammatory properties that can help combat the wart.

It is important to note that the use of home remedies for warts is not always successful. It is recommended to see a doctor or dermatologist to find the most suitable treatment method.

Where can warts appear? What types are there?

Warts are a common skin disease caused by the humane papillomavirus (HPV). They appear as small, rough growths on the skin and can occur at different areas of the body. As a rule, however, they are most common on the hands and feet. Warts can occur at various points, such as on the fingers, hands, palms, feet and face. The place where warts occur can vary from person to person, and you can develop both individually and in groups. There are different types of warts, including ordinary warts, thorn warts, flat warts, dell warts and genital warts. Ordinary warts are rough and have an irregular surface, while thorn warts are marked by their spiky, thorn -like outgrowth. Flat warts are small and smooth, while dell warts round, flat surveys with a dent in the middle. Genital warts are transmitted through sexual activities and affect the genital and anal region. It is important to treat warts early to prevent their spread and avoid possible complications.

Common warts (Verrucae vulgares)

The common wart, also known as Verrucae vulgares, is the most common type of warts that can occur on the body. They appear particularly often on the hands and feet. This type of wart is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).

Common warts have a round or irregular shape and a rough surface. They are often gray to brown or yellowish colored. They can appear individually or in groups and are often surrounded by a horn -like skin surface.

One way to treat common warts is to use salicylic acid. This substance helps to remove the outer layer of the wart and to contain the growth of the virus. Regular use over several weeks can lead to an improvement. Other therapy options include cryotherapy (icing of the wart), laser treatments or the use of special wart remedies.

It is important to note that common warts are contagious and can easily spread through direct skin contact or common use of objects such as towels or nail scissors. Therefore, it is advisable not to scratch or touch the warts and keep good hygiene measures in order to avoid spreading.

Overall, common warts are a very common wart species that occurs primarily on hands and feet. Various therapy options are available, with salicylic acid treatment is a common method. It is important to be patient because the treatment can often take several weeks.

Brush warts (Verrucae Filiformes)

Brush warts (Verrucae filiformes) - a special form of the common warts with a thread -shaped stem

Brush warts, or Verrucae Filiformes, are a special form of the common warts. They are characterized by a long, thread -shaped stem that connects the wart with the skin surface. Compared to the conventional wart species, brush warts appear less frequently.

Typically, these warts appear in places such as the face, especially in the area of ​​the eyelid edges or lips, as well as on the neck or in the armpits. They can be cosmetically disturbing due to their striking structure and shape.

Fortunately, there are various treatment methods for brush warts. One possibility is to treat the warts with special locally applied solutions or creams that dry out the warts and let them die. Another option is cryotherapy, in which the wart is icy with liquid nitrogen to remove it. In some cases, surgical removal may also be necessary.

It is important to note that the choice of treatment method depends on the individual situation and a doctor or dermatologist should be consulted. Brush warts should not be removed or treated independently to avoid possible complications.

Thorn warts (Verrucae Plantares)

Thorn warts, also called Verrucae Plantares, are a common type of warts that occur on the soles of the feet. They are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), which penetrates the skin and leads to excessive cell division. Thorn warts are often transferred through direct contact with infected material, such as shared towels or floors in community showers.

These warts typically have a round or oval shape and often appear slightly flattened and yellowish-gray. They are covered by a thickened horny layer and often have small black dots in the middle that come from clogged blood vessels. In some cases, thorn warts cause pain or a foreign body feeling when walking.

There are various options for the treatment of thorn warts. A frequently used method is the external use of salicylic acid, which helps to remove the horny surface of the wart. Another option is the icing of the wart with liquid nitrogen. This cryotherapy destroys the infected tissue, but also enables new, healthy skin growth.

In some cases, it may be necessary to see a dermatologist to have the wart treated professionally. The doctor can cut out the wart or electrocaTerize to remove it. In the case of stubborn or painful warts, laser treatment can also be considered.

Overall, it is important to treat thorn warts at an early stage in order to prevent spreading to other parts of the body or other people. Hygiene plays an important role in this, for example, not entering a shared towels or rooms barefoot.

Flat warts (Verrucae Planae Juveniles)

Flat warts, also known as Verrucae Planae Juveniles, are warts that mainly appear in children and young people. These warts are caused by the human papilloma virus and are usually flat and small.

The symptoms of flat warts are usually inconspicuous. They appear as flat, mostly round or oval warts, which often occur in groups or on larger skin areas. They are usually reddish-brown or skin-colored and can easily itch.

There are different treatment options for flat warts. One of them is the use of special ointments or solutions that contain vitamin A acid or salicylic acid. These substances help to peel off the warts and inhibit growth.

A popular treatment method is also the icing of the warts using cryotherapy. The wart is icy with liquid nitrogen to destroy it. This can require several sessions.

For stubborn or larger warts, electrical combustion, also called electrocoagulation, can also be considered. The wart is burned with an electric current.

In some cases, surgical removal may be necessary, especially if the wart has penetrated deep into the skin or other treatment options were unsuccessful.

It is important that the treatment of flat warts is carried out by a dermatologist or doctor to avoid complications.

Dellwarten (Mollusca Contagiosa)

Dellwarten, also known as Mollusca Contagiosa, are harmless nodules caused by the molluscum contagiosum virus. They are mainly found in children, but also in adults.

These warts usually look like small, rounded nodules and have a central deepening. You can have a yellowish color that is often surrounded by stains or a red farm. The size of the dell warts varies from a pin head to about five millimeters.

The most common parts of the body are the stomach in dell warts, the inside of the thighs, arms and face. Especially in the genital region, sexual contact or tight clothing, they can easily be transferred to others.

The dell warts are transmitted mainly through direct skin contact from one person to another. But also sexual contact, common use of towels, clothing or toys can play a role in transmission.

Although dell warts are harmless in most cases and do not require treatment, they can be annoying to others due to their appearance and potential transmission. In such cases, medical treatment should be considered to support your distance and avoid the distribution.

Age warts (seborrheic keratosis)

Age warts, also known as seborrheic keratosis, are benign skin growths that occur especially in advanced age. In contrast to ordinary warts caused by viruses, age warts are not contagious. They develop slowly and are mostly brown or black colored.

There are different forms and symptoms of age warts. They can be flat or sublime and often have an uneven surface. Sometimes they look like sebaceous glands or birthmarks. Age warts appear most frequently on the face, upside down, in the neck and on the hands. But you can also appear in other places of the body such as your back or breast.

The exact causes of age warts are not fully known. However, it is assumed that genetic factors could play a role. Risk factors for the development of age warts can be sunlight, age and genetic predisposition. People with a family history of seborrheic keratosis have an increased risk of developing age warts themselves.

Overall, age warts are not a serious illness and usually do not require treatment. However, they can be removed for cosmetic reasons. However, if a suspicious growth develops or an age wart looks unusually large or irregular, a dermatologist should be consulted to ensure that it is not something serious.

Stem warts (fibrome)

I will now describe the next section on stem warts (fibrome). This section deals with what stem warts are, what they look like, where it occurs most frequently and how to treat them.

Stem warts, also known as fibroma, are benign skin growths that often occur at certain parts of the body. They look like small skin attachment or warts hanging on a stem. Typically, they have a soft, smooth surface and a light color, although they can also get darker and larger. The stem warts are usually painless, but can be uncomfortable due to their location or friction with clothing.

Stem warts are most common at certain parts of the body, such as in the neck area, under the armpits, in the groin folds, on the eyelids or in the genital area. They arise from a change in the tissue and can occur in humans of all ages. The exact cause of the appearance of stem warts is not fully clarified, but it is assumed that factors such as hormones, friction or inheritance could play a role.

Treatment of stem warts is usually not necessary, unless they cause symptoms or aesthetic problems. In such cases, they can be removed by different methods, such as cutting off with scissors, icy or electrical coagulation. However, it is important to note that the removal of stem warts should be removed by a trained specialist in order to avoid complications or infections.

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Coward warts (Condylomata acuminata)

Coward warts, also known as condylomata acuminata, are a common form of genital warts caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). These warts mainly appear in the genital area and can occur in both men and women.

The transmission of coward warts is mainly through sexual contact with an infected person. The virus can spread easily, especially when unprotected sexual intercourse takes place. The incubation period, i.e. the time from contact with the virus to the occurrence of the warts, can be several weeks to months.

The diagnosis of coward warts is usually done by a physical examination in which the doctor checks the warts and its distribution in the genital area. In some cases, however, additional examinations such as a biopsy may also be necessary to rule out other diseases.

There are various treatment options for genital warts, including topical creams that are applied to the affected areas, or the removal of the warts by icing, laser or surgical interventions. It is important to note that the treatment can remove the warts, but the virus itself does not heal. Therefore, it is also important to avoid sexual contacts during treatment and to carry out regular check -ups.

In order to avoid infection with coward warts, the best protection is the use of condoms in sexual intercourse and vaccination against HPV. HPV vaccination is recommended in many countries in young people to reduce the risk of HPV infections and the development of genital warts.