Today, another article about water warts (molluscum contagiosum) was published. The article can be found here: https://www.netdoktor.at/krankheit/dellwarzen-9090275
What are water warts?
Water warts (molluscum contagiosum) are round, small nodules with a central dimple. They are self limited in principle, however, water warts (molluscum contagiosum) are infectious and can spread on the skin of the affected person as well as others, who had direct or indirect contact with the infected person. Water warts (molluscum contagiosum) are usually symptom-free, except the alterations on the skin, but sometimes, they can be itchy as well.
Are water warts contagious?
In the latter situation, one is tempted to scratch, spreading thereby the infectious content of the warts on the hands and surrounding skin.
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