The wart is a small bump in the hard and often rough skin. Appear most frequently on the hands and face. Its occurrence is more frequent in childhood and adolescence.
Often spontaneous disappearance of warts but can sometimes takes several years. In adult patients tend to be more persistent.
Symptoms of viral warts
The viral or petty warts usually do not cause pain or other discomfort, while the plantar warts can be painful, especially when walking, since the infected person feels as if he had a stone in his shoe; with the passage of time it is common the slight bleeding inside the lesion, characteristic that gives it the appearance of “fish eye”; in both cases, as in other types of skin infections, warts usually spread to other parts of the body through scratching.