From time to time I used to get these small clear bumps in between my fingers. This was about the time that I first started having skin rashes (the doctors diagnosed as psoriasis). I believe the bumps to be dyshidrotic eczema, but I can't be for certain. Anyways, about 2-3 months ago one appeared on the middle knuckle of my pointer finger. Previous experience with them has shown me not to pop them as if they were a pimple or blister and that they will go away on their own if left alone, so that is what I did. However, over time it never went away, it only grew. It is very unsightly and had a hard cap on the top and looked very much like a large pimple that could be popped, except the surface is hard of course. I used some freeze-off applicators (7 applications) on this "wart?" and it didn't clear up, so then I bought another type of wart remover, a gel. After the first use of the gel, the gel hardened after drying for a while and i pealed it off and the cap of the "wart" came off as well. Now the "wart" is about half the original size, but still very unsightly. If you look closely it has stringy type flesh pieces that look like small little fingers sticking up. The flesh isn't sensitive, it is rather hard still. The flesh is a white/flesh color and the area around the "wart" is slightly reddish. I should also mention that it hurts to bend my finger towards a fist making position (when the skin is stretched). It doesn't make the skin hurt, but it makes the joint of the knuckle hurt.
Someone please tell me what this "wart" is and how to get rid of it.