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Foot and ankle anatomy
Foot and ankle anatomy

Understanding the anatomy of the foot and ankle

Many of our customers who follow this blog and subscribe to our newsletter are in the medical profession.  We hear from home Foot and ankle anatomyhealth nurses, wound care professionals, students, and physicians. One of our best resources for these health care profession...

Chronic dry skin of the foot?  Consider t. rubrum.
Chronic dry skin of the foot? Consider t. rubrum.

If you're over 35 years of age, it's likely that you've come in contact with a low grade fungal infection called tinea rubrum (t. rubrum). t. rubrum looks just like dry skin. Classically described in the dermatology literature, t.rubrum infections appear in a moccasin distribution, meaning to say that the appearance of dry skin, (t. rubrum infection) is distributed on the sides and bottom of the foot.