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What Are Corns?

Description of the disease

Corns are hard areas of skin that form as a result of constant pressure or friction. They can appear on various parts of the body, such as the feet, toes, palms, knees, and elbows.


Corns can be dry (yellow) or wet (white). They can also be divided into calluses and corns.


The main symptom of corns is the formation of hard skin on the skin, which can be painful when pressure is applied.


Corns usually form due to improper footwear, intense physical activity, increased friction and pressure on the skin.


The diagnosis of corns is made by a dermatologist based on examination and medical history.


Treatment of corns involves removing the source of pressure, applying local soft ointments and creams, and in case of inflammation - using antiseptics.


To prevent corns, it is necessary to wear comfortable shoes, regularly take care of the skin of the feet and hands, and avoid intense physical exertion.


Treatment of corns is carried out by a dermatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.