Viral warts are a very common pediatric problem. They are single or grouped rough, cauliflower-like bumps. They are most commonly seen on feet and fingers, but can be seen on every part of the body. Mostly they are painless, but can be unattractive and contagious.
Initial treatment can be done at home with simple salicylic acid, over-the-counter remedies. Dermatologists remove them either by freezing them off, cutting them off, or occasionally using a laser to remove them.