Butcher's Warts

A hyperproliferative, cauliflower-like, non-genital wart of the hands seen in those who frequently handle raw meat, caused by HPV type 7
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Successful treatment of butcher's warts with imiquimod 5% cream.
Human Papillomavirus Type 7 and Butcher's Warts. Arch Dermatol.
Among the biological hazards, contamination might be due to viruses, such as the papillomavirus (HPV), especially HPV type 7, which causes the so-called "butcher's wart" (3).