(HealthDay News) -- Warts are small bumps on the skin that are
caused by a virus. While the menacing growths can pop up most
anywhere on the body, they usually aren't harmful.
However, the University of Maryland Medical Center says warts
shouldn't be ignored. They can lead to the following
- They may spread to other parts of the body or uncommonly,
- Warts that disappeared may come back.
- When warts are removed, there may be slight scarring.
- Warts sometimes can cause pain or lead to infection.
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