Skin disorders of the foot in active patients.

  title={Skin disorders of the foot in active patients.},
  author={Craig G. Burkhart},
  journal={The Physician and sportsmedicine},
  volume={27 2},
  • C. Burkhart
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • The Physician and sportsmedicine
Skin disorders of the foot are common in patients who exercise. Knowing the causes, diagnostic indications, and treatment of seven common skin conditions-friction blisters, calluses, corns, talon noir, tennis toe, plantar warts, and tinea pedis-can help physicians manage these disorders in active patients. 
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