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A child wart is usually the "common" wart such as facial wart or plantar wart viruses. In young children who have not yet developed immunity to the poxvirus, molluscum contagiosum, a benign growth, is more commonly seen. They look like small shiny flesh-colored or pink dome-shaped growths having a small dimple in the middle. These commonly appear on hands and fingers where skin is commonly broken. A child wart is usually the "common" wart such as facial wart or plantar wart viruses.

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Child Wart

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Facial Wart, Plantar Wart

Also more common in children than adults is flat condyloma, also known as verrucae planea juveniles, are little (pinhead size) warts with flat surface usually found on the face, forehead, arms, and legs. They grow in groups thus daily topical preparations are administered to the skin area to slough them. A child wart is usually the "common" wart such as facial wart or plantar wart viruses.

Other Topics: HPV, HPV Symptom, HPV Virus, HPV Single, Gardasil HPV New Vaccine, Human Papilloma Virus, Human Papilloma Virus Picture , LEEP, Abnormal Pap Smear, Condyloma Picture

Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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