Hpv is not the same as hsv. Some of you don't read. Is it possible to have "flat warts" with cancer causing hpv? I allegedly only have cancer causing.
Yes, but not common. There are over 150 distinct hpv subtypes.Hpv type 1 commonly infects the soles of the feet and produces plantar warts, while hpv types 6 and 11 infect the anogenital area and cause anogenital warts .Hpv subtypes have a variable potential to cause malignant change.The common cutaneous warts are rarely linked with hpv-associated carcinoma. Hpv 16 and 18 are the most common hpv associated w/ cancer.
Yes! Human papillomavirus (hpv) is a virus from the papillomavirus family that is capable of infecting humans. More than 100 hpv types are known. Flat warts or verruca plana are caused by a different subtype (3, 8 & 10) that is separate from other subtypes in the family of hpv. So you can be infected by any of the subtypes independent of previous or concurrent infections.