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Milia, or milium cyst (cyst blocking the ducts of the sebaceous glands), usually affects areas with thin skin (eye area, cheekbones, or cheeks). The causes of the problem are not fully understood, but genetic predisposition matters. Sometimes, they are caused by traumas and sunburns. Milia can occur at any age. There aren’t symptoms of any severe pathologies.     It is almost impossible to get rid of them completely and forever. The main treatment method is greasing of milia at the dermatologist’s. People...

A wart is a localized, predominantly benign neoplasm caused by epidermal hyperplasia. Papillomatous growths and papules usually appear due to the activity of viral infections. They are mainly caused by the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in the body. HPV infection transmits in a contact-household way. Pathogenic microorganisms penetrate through the skin or mucous membranes. Different skin injuries and weakened immunity increase the risk of infection. According to statistics, more than 100 cardiotropic DNA viruses are present in the bodies of...

Papilloma is an infectious disease caused by HPV (human papillomavirus). This disease is defined by official medicine as a benign neoplasm and, in most cases, does not threaten a person with serious consequences. But it still needs to be treated.   The human papillomavirus has about a hundred varieties. Getting rid of it at home is not so difficult.   We would like to show you the effective recipes against HPV.   1. Juice of celandine   Celandine is considered one of the most effective means of removing...

Papillomas and warts are common skin diseases caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). To date, scientists have found more than 600 strains of papillomaviruses, and several dozen of them can provoke the appearance of various neoplasms. In some cases, the treatment of papillomas is required, especially if there is a high risk of damage to them. There are various ways to do this. The cause and features of warts and papillomas Infection with the virus occurs in various ways (during sexual contact, during...

Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a large group of viruses related to intracellular parasites. The disease manifests itself as growths on the skin. A week ago we talked about its causes, today we are talking about how to remove papillomas. Papillomas are not only an unpleasant cosmetic defect but also pathogens that cause inflammatory processes to enter the body through them. Therefore, the first step is to consult a dermatologist, who must determine what pathological process occurs inside this neoplasm (if necessary,...

Nevi, warts, papillomas, polyps — all these are benign neoplasms that have many causes for their appearance. The desire to remove them often occurs in people for aesthetic reasons, since they worsen the appearance if they are located on open areas of the body. However, there is another important reason for removal — this is the probability of their malignant rebirth. This is why it is so important to know the signs of malignancy of neoplasms. These include: the appearance of...

75% of the world’s population has faced papillomas. These neoplasms are a mild form of skin tumor. They are very superficial and don’t penetrate deep into the skin, let alone to the bones. Warts are often caused by the virus that affects people with low immunity. The virus can penetrate the skin through the slightest cut or wound.    Warts are contagious. Therefore, if you have this neoplasm on your foot, don’t touch it with your hand. The virus can “jump” on...

Papillomas and genital warts are caused by different types of human papillomavirus (HPV). Currently, there are about 100 of them. This infection is characterized by extremely high contact: according to the latest statistics, about 90% of the world’s population are its carriers. Stages of development and types of HPV  Human papillomavirus has 3 stages of development — latent (hidden), subclinical, and clinical. In the vast majority of cases, the first two pass completely unnoticed by us and can be detected only by...

Warts and papillomas can appear on the body of any person. The causative agent of this disease is human papillomavirus. The virus is unlikely to get into a healthy body. Therefore, in addition to personal hygiene, you should pay close attention to the state of your immunity. If you don’t attempt anything for the treatment of warts and papillomas, they’ll start to increase in size, grow, and form the whole colonies. They can appear in different places: on the neck, shoulders,...

During pregnancy, woman's body is undergoing significant changes. It completely rearranges its work to provide full development and meet all the requirements of an actively growing child. However, such changes may have consequences. For example, a temporary immune deficiency increases the frequency of cold-related diseases in women and activates human papillomavirus infection (accompanied by the appearance of viral warts). To figure out whether you should remove the unpleasant formations on the skin and mucous membranes during pregnancy, MedAboutMe appealed to...

Now many people know that warts in children are caused by papillomavirus infection. However, earlier people believed that this disease was caused by contact with frogs (therefore, children were forbidden to touch them). How are warts related to HPV? Should the parents be worried? Warts caused by infection Warts are the benign epidermal growths caused by the human papillomavirus. The latter enters the body through the skin and mucous membranes damage (scratches and bruises) by contacting the basal cells of the epithelium....

Warts are skin formations, often caused by human papillomavirus. Such infectious benign tumors can be located on the derma and mucous membranes of the human body. Warts can be flat, threadlike, or have any other form. Papilloma infection can provoke the emergence of many small or large growths throughout the body. Warts often appear in childhood and adolescence; new infectious warts rarely appear during the climax period. Causes Warts can be caused by the presence of human papillomavirus in the body. There are...