The WartFebruary 4, 2012
The wart is a skin lesion caused by human papilloma virus. Are lesions that have a variable shape, and sometimes shocking verrucous appearance, usually globular in shape, which can affect different areas of the skin. Its removal is not easy because the warts have their own system of blood supply causing heavy bleeding when wart removal is through non-clinical, can also regenerate more virulent. Additionally committed several nerve endings so its removal or manipulation causes great pain.
The warts can be contracted by close contact with people affected by the human papilloma virus lives in the genital area and transmitted by blood from asymptomatic carriers. The development of warts is favored when there are failures in the immune system.
Depending on the serotype of the virus, the affected area is different:
armpits, or any other body part.
Plantar warts that appear on the soles of the feet, also called fish eyes. The warts of the anogenital area are called condyloma acuminata. There is no specific treatment of papillomavirus. Warts may disappear spontaneously. Treatments are based in local tissue destruction.
One of the most shocking cases of warts recorded images is affecting a resident of Indonesia, called Dede, for which extension of tuber skin, visual look and feel like branches of a tree has been called man-tree. Dede cohabiting partners as a clan, individuals suffering from severe neurofibromatosis.