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Corns

Corns: Introduction

Corns: Corns and calluses are thick layers of skin caused by too much rubbing or pressure on the same spot. Corns and calluses can become ... more about Corns.

Corns: Conical hardened skin on the toes. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Corns is available below.

Symptoms of Corns

Treatments for Corns

  • Properly fitted shoes
  • Open shoes - these avoid rubbing completely
  • Soaking
  • Rubbing with pumice stone
  • Corn plasters
  • more treatments...»

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Corns: Deaths

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Causes of Corns

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Misdiagnosis and Corns

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Article Excerpts about Corns

Corns and calluses are thick layers of skin caused by too much rubbing or pressure on the same spot. Corns and calluses can become infected. (Source: excerpt from Keep Your Feet and Skin Healthy: NIDDK)

 

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