warts is a typically small, rough, & hard growths on skin. They are not cancerous.
1. Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. (there are about 130 types of known types of human papillomavirus-
2. Use of public showers.
3. Working with meat.
5. Low immune systems.
1. Common warts. (verruca vulgaris): a raised wart with roughened surface, most common in hand but can grow anywhere in the body. – HPV types 1,2,3,4,26,29 &57
2. Plain warts. (verruca plana): a small, smooth flattened wart, flesh- colored, which can occur in large numbers, most common on the face, neck, hands, wrist & knees. – HPV types 3,10 & 28
3. Filiform warts. (digitate warts): a thread or finger like wart.
4. Genital warts. (verruca acuminate. – HPV types 6,11,42 & 44
5. Mosaic warts: a group of tightly clustered planter types wart.
6. Periungual wart: a cauliflower like cluster of warts that occur around the nails.
7. Planter warts. (verruca plantaris): a hard sometimes painful lumps, often with multiple black specks in the center: usually only found in the pressure point of the feet. – HPV types 1,3,4,27,28 & 58
3. Thickening of the stratum granulosum.
4. A large blood vessel at the dermoepidermal junctions.
management: for homoeopathic management go below:-