The clinical signs of a plantar wart are the formation of calluses and pain upon pressure.
The cause is due to a viral infection, namely Papillomaviruses, of the first and second type of this virus. The main places where we contract the virus are wet environments: pools, showers, gyms, saunas, etc.
The surgical treatment consists in the total removal of the wart.
The podology treatment is carried out with cauterisation of the wart (progressive and usually performed in several sessions) through the use of substances such as liquid nitrogen, acetylsalicylic acid and nitric acid.