Informations about Water Warts (Molluscum contagiosum)

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

Molluscum contagiosum

Molluscum contagiosum are small, up to a few millimeters of size, skin colored warts with a central dimple and may occur singularly of in groups affecting a single body site up to wide spread on the entire body. These warts are caused by a virus called poxvirus and can release hundreds of thousands of virus particles

Information about warts by Prof. Dr. Okamoto in Vienna, Austria

Warts are not only optically disturbing, they can itch and even cause considerable pain. Common warts are clinically benign "tumors" caused by human papilloma viruses (also known as HPVs). Depending on their location, warts can display numerous shapes and forms such as plantar warts as well as genital warts. These human papilloma viruses are spread through