Common wart - Skin in Adult
B07.8 – Other viral warts
57019003 – Common wart
- Seborrheic keratoses have a characteristic "stuck-on," waxy appearance.
- A clavus, or corn, is a painful hyperkeratotic lesion with a central core that lacks the pinpoint thrombosed capillaries and retains normal skin dermatoglyphics. Clavi occur in sites of pressure and repeated friction.
- Foreign body reactions may have a history of trauma or inoculation.
- Molluscum contagiosum lesions are smooth, dome-shaped papules with a central umbilication.
- Actinic keratoses tend to be scaly erythematous papules in sun-exposed areas of elderly individuals.
- Lichen planus lesions are typically more planar, violaceous, and pruritic.
- Keratoacanthomas have a central keratin crater.
- Squamous cell carcinoma can arise in preexisting warts and may be recalcitrant to therapy.
- Prurigo nodularis is characterized by pruritic papules and nodules.
- Perforating folliculitis tends to be follicularly based with a central core.
- Cutaneous horns can arise from warts, hypertrophic actinic keratoses, seborrheic keratoses, and squamous cell carcinomas.
- Lichen nitidus is characterized by discrete, dome-shaped papules.