How to recognize a plantar wart?
It can have several forms depending on its appearance and location. The most frequently encountered are point and mosaic shapes.
The pinpoint wart, or myrmecia, is often painful because of its thickness and its location under the pressure points. It is covered by the stratum corneum, hence its confusion with a corn. It has a well-defined, rounded appearance and bleeds easily if its taste buds are clipped. It has a strong tendency to proliferation, and often recurs.
The mosaic wart, more often goes unnoticed. Less painful, and seat outside the support points. It is much more superficial, but is resistant to treatment.
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