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DermatologyWarts

Warts are a common viral infection occurring more commonly on the skins of hands and feet. It can be contagious. Normally, they disappear after a few months but can for years and can also recur.

The indications of a warts infection include:

• Cauliflower-like clusters.

• Dark black dots in center of papule.

• Fleshy, small bumps.

• Rough to the touch papule.

• Dark fingerlike, horny projection.

• Papules can occur on nay part of the body.

• They are sharply demarcated, rough, round or irregular, firm, and light gray, yellow, brown, or gray-black nodules 2 to 10 mm in diameter.

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