The Difference Between A Wart And A
Although warts and
moles may appear to be the same they are not related conditions. They are thought to be because
the often look alike.
A wart is described as
a hard rough lump
growing on the skin, caused by infection with certain viruses and occurring typically on the
hands or feet. Moles are described as areas of the skin that are heavily pigmented with melanin
(also caused a a virus of a different varity, that is responsible for general skin
Warts will vary in their
appearance. Warts are not dangerous but can most definitely become a nuisance. Some moles
are present at birth. A mole that you have from birth may eventually develop into a
malignant melanoma. If this occurs it should be removed by a physician
typical common wart is a hard lump with rough, cauliflower-like surface. Moles can
appear anywhere on the body. They are small, roughly circular areas of skin that are much
darker than the surrounding skin. Larger moles may have course hairs growing out of
Moles, Warts And Skin Tags
is the common factor among moles, warts and skin tags? All of them are skin problems and
caused through various viral attacks.
are very much viral diseases and can spread easily to infect other's skin. Touch and skin
contact is enough to spread this disease from the infected body to that of an uninfected
warts on skin often take the granular shape and those who are prone to be infected from
viral attack can easily suffer in one form or the other. Moles and skin tags are somewhat
There are quite a number of treatments to remove these lesions. You can opt for the natural
topical treatments possibly supported by oral medication or go for surgical cure.
It all depends upon the condition of the problem.
Surgical treatment is the last refuge. It is true that virus is the main instigator of this
But since that is a fact, why doesn't virus attack on every type of skin? Thus there is some
deficiency in the skin that allows the virus to attack and infect the area