The papillomas in their overwhelming majority are benign lesions, but occasionally may become dysplastic or malignant.
They are soft and lesion, diameter 1-3 mm and height up to 5 mm. Their color is like normal skin or brown. Can be detected anywhere in the body, but most commonly found in the neck, upper torso, armpits, the folds of the breasts (women) and groin (Men).
Most warts are due to HPV (Human Papilloma Virus). In fact there are more than 150 subtypes of this virus. Cause warts on the skin, mouth, eyes, genitals. Type virus that is responsible and development of cancer in the cervix. In some cases the presence of papillomavirus is not associated with HPV. Generally there is a high voltage transmission both at rest leather and others.
By direct contact with the skin lesions of another patient
By sexual contact with a patient bearing genital warts
Exposing the newborn in the affected mother’s environment during childbirth
With smoking which is associated with a high risk of infection with the virus
Ways of dealing with:
Some types of papillomavirus does not require treatment and usually unto them. The residues susceptible to treatment according to the position of localization, their size and their specific subtype.
Papillomas of the head, the breast or the respiratory tract are treated by surgical removal.
Cutaneous warts and genital (warts) are treated by topical application of formulations or mechanical elimination with cryotherapy, surgical removal, using radio frequency (RF) or Laser.
The most modern and appropriate way to eliminate persistent and annoying these skin lesions is the mechanical removal and cautery them using radio frequency (RF). This technique is achieved by destruction of the lesions with simultaneous prophylaxis of thermal injury of surrounding healthy tissue.
How many sessions will be needed and when to show the first results
The results are shown directly from the first session and may need some additional session depending on the extent of the problem.