Overview of Skin Warts (Verrucae) | What Causes Them? Who Gets Them? | Subtypes and Treatment
Introductory lesson on Verrucae (Skin Warts). Verrucae are skin lesions caused by an infection with HPV, with some viral subtypes infecting certain areas of the body. Certain occupations increase the risk of transmission of warts. There are several subtypes of verrucae (ex. Verruca Vulgaris), which you will learn about in the lesson, including how to diagnose each wart clinically. Finally, we also discuss several different treatment options (topical wart treatments, wart creams), including different chemotherapeutic treatments for refractory cases.
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