There are many different types of warts. The most
commonly found ones are as follows:
Common warts (Verruca vulgaris)
These are a wart that look like a hard raised lump with a
roughened surface. These are most common on the hands and knees, but can appear anywhere on the
Flat warts (Verruca plana)
Looking like a small smooth flattened lump, they may occur in
large numbers and are more prevalent on the face, forehead, neck, hands, wrists and lower legs.
They tend to be found more on children but rarely on adults.
These are a thread or finger-like wart that appear mostly on
the face, particularly near the eyelids and lips
Genital warts (venereal wart, Condyloma acuminatum, Verruca
These warts appear as grayish or off-white lumps usually
found around the genitals. These warts are transmitted by sexual contact and most commonly affect
the penis, vagina and anus.
These appear as a group of tightly clustered warts that
commonly affect the hands or soles of the feet.
These warts appear as a cluster and look like small, hard
bumps. They can have tiny black specks on them. The soles of the feet are the most commonly
These appear like a cauliflower and are a cluster of warts
found around the nails.