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Frostbite -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Frostbite is a cold weather injury that freezes the water in the cells of skin and deep tissues. As the water in a cell freezes, the structures within the cell become dehydrated. As a result, the cell... (read more)
Foot Odor -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
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)
Dry Skin -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Dry skin on the foot is the result of improper hydration, seasonal environmental dryness, lack of perspiration (dyshydrosis) or infections of the foot. The skin on the bottom of the foot is quite different... (read more)
Diabetic Foot Care -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Foot care in diabetic patients is an essential part of their daily care. Many of the irritations of the skin that a healthy, non-diabetic patient would take for granted cannot be felt by... (read more)
Dermatitis -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Dermatitis is a generic term used to describe a number of medical conditions that cause inflammation of the skin. Dermatitis of the foot can be the result of direct and indirect causes. Direct causes include... (read more)
Cracked Heels -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Cracked (fissured) heels are deep splits in the skin on the rim of the heel. Cracked heels are seen more commonly in the winter months when the air is dry. Cracked heels can be deep enough to bleed and... (read more)
Corn and Callus -Wednesday, 09 December 2020
Friction between the foot and the floor is important in walking and running. Friction allows us to stand in place without slipping and to push off during the normal gait cycle. Each step we take results... (read more)
Callus -Saturday, 14 November 2020
The formation of callus is a protective mechanism used by the skin to respond to external mechanical irritation. All skin is capable of forming callus. The most common locations for callus on the foot... (read more)
Athlete's Foot -Monday, 09 November 2020
Athlete's foot is the layman's term used to describe two different fungal infections of the foot collectively known as tinea pedis. Acute and chronic athlete's foot are caused by two different... (read more)