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A wart is a skin growth that is often raised, rough-textured and skin-coloured. They most commonly occur on the hands and feet and are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), a common viral infection. The virus infects the skin and causes the skin to produce excess keratin,resulting in a raised, rough wart.

These flesh-colored growths are most often on the backs of hands, the fingers, the skin around nails, and the feet. They’re small — from the size of a pinhead to a pea — and feel like rough, hard bumps. They may have black dots that look like seeds, which are really tiny blood clots. Typically they show up where the skin was broken, perhaps from biting your fingernails. (This can also transfer the virus from your hands to your face.)

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