Toe Corn Overview
Another name for Toe Corn is Corns and Calluses.
What are corns and calluses?
A person with a callus has a painless area of skin that has become thick and tough, usually due to repeated pressure and rubbing against the surface. A person with a corn has a type of callus that forms in an area where the skin is normally thin.
What are the symptoms of corns and calluses?
Corns are usually red, tender, and cause pain. Calluses are usually painless areas of thickened skin.
How does the doctor treat corns and calluses?
Treatment of corns and calluses includes medications to remove corns, moleskin, corn pads, pumice stone, and shoe inserts.
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