Certain human papillomavirus (HPV) types commonly infect keratinized skin. Cutaneous warts are a discrete benign epithelial hyperplasia with varying degrees of surface hyperkeratosis manifested as minute papules to large plaques; lesions may become confluent forming a mosaic. The extent of lesions is determined by the immune status of the host.
HPV and genital warts are usually spread by direct skin-to-skin contact during vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone who has this infection.
Visible bumps, called genital warts, can be seen in your genital area. They almost never lead to cancer.
In some cases, your body may be able to clear the infection and the HPV virus goes away.
Genital warts are growths on your skin that look like tiny bumps. They are usually in or around the vagina, anus, on the cervix, or on the inside of the thigh.
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