A mole is a variety of skin lesion that can be flesh-colored or pigmented, elevated or flat, irritable, and a bumbling thing. It’s also known as Nevus, which refers to a variety of benign (non-cancerous) and pigmented skin lesions. Warts, on the other hand, are small, scratchy growths that are commonly found on the hands and feet, but can also be found in other parts of the body. Warts usually appear as uneven, solid blisters that resemble cauliflowers.
PROBLEMS FOR PATIENTS WITH WART AND MOLES
Patients with moles are found unattractive. A mole bothers an individual & may turn into skin cancer.
Verruca vulgaris is the most common form of warts typically found on hands, but may involve the other body parts.
A thread or finger like wart may develop commonly on the face, especially close to the eyelids & lips.
Warts may engage the genitalia &may found around the nail.
Verruca plana, also known as flat warts, which occur in multiple numbers affecting the face, neck, hands, wrist & knees.