Veruccae Vulgares (Warts) are smooth, skincolored, exophytic and hyperkeratotic growths.  The typical location is the hands or fingers. There are usually few in number, but they may occur anywhere on body. They can also become numerous and confluent.

Cutaneous warts occur most often in children and young adults, but also may be associated in those frequently exposed to meat, poultry, or fish. Warts occur in up to 10% of children with the peak incidence between ages 12 and 16.

Treatment can be performed with cryo- or lasersurgery.



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