Warts are lesions that appear as neoformations (new formations) on the skin that can affect anyone, both children and adults.
They are produced by virus infection and have low transmissibility. However, they are transmissible within the body by the use of objects or by simply hand touching (autoinoculation), also the deterioration of the immune system favors its extension and persistence. They are seen more in children, overweight and elderly persons.
There are also genital warts, but these are simply of sexual transmission.
There are 5 types of warts:
Topical Therapy applied by the Patient Salicylic acid.
Topical Therapy applied by he Dermatologist
Ablative Treatments (treatment that promotes peeling of the skin)
Other Alternatives are: Surgical excision, photodynamic therapy, CO2 laser, and therapeutic vaccines.