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Corn and Callus
Corns and calluses are both a thickening of the outer layer of skin.
Warts are small skin growths caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), which infects the top layer of skin.
Torsional Deformity
Torsional deformities are when the long bones of the leg are turned to the inside or outside so that the toes of the feet do not point straight ahead.
Toenail Fungus (Onychomycosis)
Toenail fungus is a condition that disfigures and sometimes destroys the nail. It is also called onychomycosis.
Hammertoe is a deformity in which one or more of the small toes become curled downward, giving it the appearance of a hammer or claw.
Ingrown Toenail
An ingrown toenail is a toenail with an edge that pushes into the skin and soft tissue at the side of the nail, piercing the skin.
Morton's Neuroma
A Morton's neuroma is a benign (noncancerous) swelling along a nerve in the foot that carries sensations from the toes. The reason the nerve starts to swell is unknown.
A paronychia is an infection of the skin that surrounds a toenail or fingernail.
Gout is a disorder characterized by too much uric acid in the blood and tissues. In gout, crystals of uric acid are deposited in the joints, where they cause a type of arthritis called gouty arthritis.
Fallen Arch
A fallen arch or flatfoot is known medically as pes planus. The foot loses the gently curving arch that normally is on the inner side of the sole, just in front of the heel.


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