II. Epidemiology

  1. Human Papilloma Virus types 1,2,4,7
  2. Most common in children and young adults

III. Pathophysiology

  1. Transmission
    1. Skin-skin contact
    2. Contaminated surface
    3. Autoinocculation (e.g. scratching, shaving)

IV. Signs

  1. Characteristics
    1. Early
      1. Small: Pinhead-sized, pale erythematous Macules
      2. Larger: Irregularly surfaced domed lesions
    2. Later
      1. Larger rough papillary (carpet-like)
    3. Variants
      1. Digitate, pink to grey
      2. Brownish "verrucous" Papules
  2. Location
    1. Hands (firm Nodules)
    2. Periungual warts (nail edges)
    3. Digitate lesions on Eyelids, nostrils, lips, oral

V. Management

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Ontology: Common wart (C0043037)

Definition (MSHFRE) Proliférations épidermiques bénignes (tumeurs) d'origine virale.
Definition (MEDLINEPLUS)

Warts are growths on your skin caused by an infection with human papilloma virus, or HPV. Types of warts include

  • Common warts, which often appear on your fingers
  • Plantar warts, which show up on the soles of your feet
  • Genital warts, which are a sexually transmitted disease
  • Flat warts, which appear in places you shave frequently

In children, warts often go away on their own. In adults, they tend to stay. If they hurt or bother you, or if they multiply, you can remove them. Chemical skin treatments usually work. If not, various freezing, surgical and laser treatments can remove warts.

Definition (NCI) A papillomavirus related epithelial overgrowth.It can be located anywhere on the body though when it involves the perineal region it is generally referred to as condyloma acuminata.
Definition (CSP) benign epidermal tumor caused by a papillomavirus or other agent.
Definition (MSH) Benign epidermal proliferations or tumors; some are viral in origin.
Definition (NCI) A raised growth on the surface of the skin or other organ.
Concepts Disease or Syndrome (T047)
MSH D014860
ICD9 078.1
ICD10 B07 , B07.8
SnomedCT 186686004, 123201004, 154362001, 186685000, 57019003, 30285000, 154361008, 266198004, 75003008, 367507002
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German WARZEN, virale Warzen, gewoehnliche Warze, Verruca vulgaris, Warze (viral), Warzen (viral), gewoehnliche Warzen, Warze, VERRUCA VULGARIS, Viruswarzen, WARZE GEMEINE, Verruca, Warzen
Dutch wratten, wratten (viraal), gewone wrat, wrat, wrat (viraal), verruca vulgaris, virale wratten, gewone wratten, verruca, Virale wratten, Wratten, Verruca, Wrat
French Verrues virales, Verrue ordinaire, Verrues ordinaires, Verrues (virales), Verrue, Verrue (virale), VERRUE VULGAIRE, Verrues
Italian Verruca volgare, Verruca (virale), Verruche (virali), Verruche volgari, Porro virale, Verruca, Verruche
Portuguese Verrugas a vírus, Verruga comum, Verruga (vírica), Verruga vulgar, Verrugas comuns, Verrugas (víricas), VERRUCA VULGARIS, VERRUGA VULGAR, VERRUGA, Verruga, Verrugas
Spanish Verrugas víricas, Verruga común, Verruga, Verrugas comunes, Verruga (vírica), Verruga vulgar, Verrugas (víricas), Warts - viral, Viral warts, Warts: [viral] or [verrucae], Verrucae - warts, Verruca vulgaris, VERRUGA COMUN, VERRUGA VULGAR, VERRUGA, lesión verrugosa de la piel, verruga (anomalía morfológica), verruga común, verruga simple, verruga vulgar (concepto no activo), verruga vulgar (trastorno), verruga vulgar, verrugas infecciosas, verrugas virales por virus del papiloma, verrugas virales, verruga, Verrugas, Verruca
Japanese 疣贅(ウイルス性), ウイルス性疣贅, 尋常性疣贅, ウイルスセイユウゼイ, ジンジョウセイユウゼイ, ユウゼイ, ユウゼイウイルスセイ, いぼ, ゆうぜい(いぼ), 疣(ユウ), , 疣贅
Swedish Vårtor, VARTOR
Czech bradavice, Bradavice (virové), Veruka, Obecná bradavice, Virové bradavice, Verruca vulgaris, Bradavice, Obecné bradavice, Bradavice (virová), verruca simplex, verruca vulgaris
Finnish Syylät, SYYLAT
Russian BORODAVKA, BORODAVKI, БОРОДАВКА, БОРОДАВКИ
Norwegian VORTER
Danish Vorter
Hungarian szemolcs, Common szemölcsök, Szemölcsök, Verruca, Szemölcs (viralis), Common szemölcs, Viralis szemölcsök, Szemölcs, Verruca vulgaris, Szemölcsök (viralis)
Korean 바이러스성 사마귀
Croatian Not Translated[Warts]
Basque GARATXAK
Hebrew yabalot
Polish Brodawki, Warty