When the system is infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) virus, then these viruses cause excessive growth of the skin cells. When cellular growth occurs on a particular place in the skin, it appears as a major dispersion and is thick and thick. This thick steel extrusion is called warto or medically verruca.
Warts can grow on any part of the body, but are more common in hands and feet and are usually non-cancerous by nature. There are some HPV viruses that cause genital warts, and can sometimes be cancerous. One of the biggest problems with warts is that they are infectious, which means that they spread through the skin to touch the skin. Because the HPV virus can be transmitted by contact and if someone has any cut or cut on the skin, then they are more prone to warts.
Types of warts
General warts: These types of warts are most common and are often found on hands and feet. The skin near the wound and the nails is also called Verruka vulgaris. They are solid and thick with small black dots that are only with blood clots.
Flat warts: These are small but appear in large numbers such as in large groups of about 100 warts. They are flat without a big collision, and therefore they are called flat warts and usually appear on feet, bearded areas, hands, etc.
Plantar warts: These types of wart appear on the soles of the feet, because they grow due to walking and standing which put their weight on the soles of the feet. They are usually very flat and obese and also appear in groups called mosquito warts.
Thyroid warts: These warts often appear on the face, which are near the eyes, mouth and nose. These warts end in a yellow or pink like them with finger-like projections or brushes. These are often painless by nature, but can cause personal consciousness.
There are various types of warts and can be treated with warts removal remedies and procedures. Often, these warts do to get rid of themselves, but sometimes it can take a lot of time, therefore, it is suggested to seek medical help and remove them.
Some common remedies are:
Cryotherapy: In this process, doctors spray liquid nitrogen in warts, which kill all living cells. After a while, the dead cells make a blister and the blister dries up and falls within a week.
Canthridein: In this treatment, the doctor keeps some warts to remove the contents of the warts from the blister beetle and then covers the area with dressing. Soon there will be a blister and will become a graft on the warts which will be later fired by the doctor.
Salicylic acid: According to this treatment, anyone will have to put salicylic acid on the salicylic acid, but by ensuring that it does not apply to healthy skin because it can be harmful. Generally, this treatment takes a lot of time, about 2 to 3 months.
Surgery: When most treatments fail, doctors usually recommend surgery to remove them either by shaver or laser therapy. One should not go immediately for surgery because they can get the mark later and wait until other options fail.