Plantar Wart

 

Plantar Wart is the sole infection that is caused by the virus. The virus, human papillomavirus, affects only the upper layer of the skin and give rise to corn like growth which if subjected to stress can become soft. There are about 120 kinds of virus present out of which few are responsible for these warts. These viruses gain admittance to the skin directly and are contaminated from other infected persons may be from communal bath. Infected may experience pain in the foot along with lump underneath. Dark spotted, spongy, hard lumps are also visible. The color may be brown or grey-yellow. The warts are located on the bony parts like ball of the foot or in the heels which receives the total pressure of the body. Sometimes few warts fuse together to structure as mosaic warts.

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