They are acute infective -human tumours certainly due to viruses and are infective ). Clinical features: Verruca Filiform:When infections starts on thin skin like eyelids.It is filament like. Verruca Digittate: When it involves the scalp,lesion thicker and is finger like.Verruca Vulgaris:Thick warty growth.Minute cauliflower like lesions on the skin.They are thick tough non symptomatic.They affect any part of the body. 4: Verruca platantaris: On the sole of foot. Due to pressure warts is under the surface and burried in the sole.There is no definite pattern mosaic appearance. Causes discomfort on walking. 5: Condylomata leaduminate: Veneral Warts: When they are the moist area e.g anogenital region. 6:Verruca plane: When they affect the thin surface of the face.Diffential Diagnosis: Filiform is to be differentiated from skin tags. Skin tag is common at 40 years of age.It is of skin colour,warts are greasy.Skin tag don’t recur after cauterisation but warts do recure. 2:Plantar warts: On cutting,bleeding 2: Maybe present on non pressure points. 3:Asymmetrical 4:No foot deformity.  Callosities 1:No bleeding 2: Always present on pressure points( under transverse arch of foot) 3:Symmetrical 4:Associated with slight foot deformity (posplanns) www.homeodriqbal.com

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