Viral warts

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A wart is a small, raised bump on the skin that develops as a result of a viral infection caused by the Human Papillomavirus. This skin ailment is contagious by personal touch, however, it spreads slowly in comparison to other viral illnesses. It’s widespread among individuals who spend a lot of time in close quarters, such those in schools and offices.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the infectious agent responsible for the spread of warts, a skin condition. Warts may be contracted in a number of different ways. Your dermatologist may recommend one of many methods for removing warts, depending on the extent of the problem. 

What are the causes of warts?

Many different types of human papillomavirus (HPV) may produce warts, and they are very infectious, easily passing from person to person by touch. The spread of warts may be facilitated by touching or rubbing preexisting warts, sharing personal things, and using public facilities. The virus may also spread to other parts of the body if the victim shaves, bites their nails, or comes into touch with an open wound.

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