Corn on index finger.
I have two corns side by side on my left hand index finger. I applied the salicylic acid corn caps but it reoccurs everytime. What to do?
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Hi . greetings. Corn on fingers may be due to abnormal pressure or posture of hand being used for some activity. Are you Sure it's a corn and not a wart. Please send in pics on private follow up chat or see a dermatologist near you. You may need paring or rf ablation of the lesion. Warm regards Dr G S Mittal, Bangalore.
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