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Corn in feet
I have a corn in my feet for many years. It was surgically removed but has recurred. It has become painful now
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It is plantar keratoderma a commonly found condition in middle aged and elderly.dryness of skin makes it less supple.daily moisturiser with oil base,oral retinoids topical application s with salicylic acid are useful. Cleanliness very important In preventing infection. Some cases demand intralesional injections
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