Immersion foot is the term used to described tissue damage of the foot caused by long-term exposure to water. The mechanism of tissue damage is not fully understood. Damage occurs to soft tissue, blood... (read more)
Hyperhydrosis is a condition in which the sweat glands are over-productive, resulting in excessive perspiration. This condition is most common in adolescents and young adults. Hyperhydrosis of the feet... (read more)
Foot odor, also called bromhydrosis, is the indirect result of excessive perspiration. The distinctive odor in the shoe is due to bacteria consuming skin cells in the presence of excessive perspiration.... (read more)
Cold feet can be caused by poor circulation, excessive perspiration or neurological conditions that limit blood flow to the feet. In some cases, cold feet may be due to one or more of these problems. Management... (read more)
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