common wart


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Noun1.common wart - a benign growth (often with a rough surface)
verruca, wart - (pathology) a firm abnormal elevated blemish on the skin; caused by a virus
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Cryotherpy in the treatment of the backhand resistant common wart. Our Dermatol Online 2014; 5: 258-60.
The benign HPV-associated oral lesions, focal epithelial hyperplasia (Heck disease), oral squamous cell papilloma, oral verruca vulgaris (common wart) and oral condyloma acuminatum, are collectively referred to as oral warts.
Verruca vulgaris (common wart) is an infectious disease caused by human papilloma virus (HPV) that is an important risk factor for cervix cancer (2).
There are many categories of wart - verrucas are a type ofwart for example - but what you're describing here is what's known as the 'common wart'.
Pea sized lesions in the skin would include things like the common wart. There are a number of treatments for skin lesions that would not interfere with running.
Dermatologists at the College of Medicine of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences at Little Rock have discovered a new treatment for the common wart -- an easy-to-provide injection into the wart.
The VV, or common wart, is classically described as a white, firm, exophytic lesion with a stippled or papillary surface, and is found most commonly on the labial mucosa and vermilion border of the lips.
Common wart cures include the "curer" praying over the wart and promising the sufferer it will be gone within a year.
Because one of the surrogate markers for determining the etiology of common warts is the estimation of the viral load of each HPV type present in the lesion of question (7, 35, 52), HPV2/27/57 multiplex RT-PCR can be used in combination with other quantitative HPV type-specific RT-PCRs to identify the HPV type with the highest HPV viral load and consequently the highest probability of being a "true" etiological agent of the investigated common wart.
Thus, for example, the deep plantar wart is associated with HPV type I, the common wart with type 2, epidermodysplasia verruciforrnis with types 3, 14, 15, 17 and 19-25, and the small hyperkeratotic palmar and plantar warts with type 4.