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Click the pictures below to see information about conditions involving the feet in adults. There are dozens of conditions that can affect the feet. Different parts of the feet are prone to different problems. Please see the other pages for specific parts of the feet (eg, toes, nails, sole) for many of these conditions. Some diseases can involve the whole foot. Typically chronic rashes or skin conditions such as psoriasis or dyshidrotic dermatitis will involve large parts of the feet. Chemical exposure can cause an irritant contact dermatitis or allergic contact dermatitis. The feet can also be a site of skin cancer due to sun exposure. New skin changes or growths should be seen by a physician.
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Abscess Due to an injury to the foot, an abscess formed and was then drained by the emergency doctor.
Allergic Contact Dermatitis This person had an allergy to an ingredient in the sandals she was wearing.
Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) This image displays extensive athlete's foot of the top, side, and sole of the foot.
Beau's Lines This image displays a horizontal line and groove across the nail typical of Beau's lines.
Bedsores (Pressure Ulcers) This ulcer on the side of the foot is from prolonged pressure.
Bug Bite or Sting Insect bites may be numerous; when so many are seen on the lower legs, consider fleas as the culprit.
Callus Calluses on the tops of the toes are often due to ill-fitting shoes.
Capillaritis Numerous deep red and purple elevations of the skin can be seen in capillaritis.
Cellulitis An outline defining the involved skin in patients with cellulitis is used to track improvement as antibiotics…
Corn This image displays a corn on the top of a toe.
Diabetic Ulcer (Neurogenic Ulcer) The toes can also be affected by neurogenic ulceration; the dark color is due to bleeding into the area of pressure…
Dyshidrotic Eczema (Dyshidrotic Dermatitis) This image displays blisters on the foot of a patient with dyshidrotic dermatitis, which can affect the feet as…
Erythrasma This image displays a bacterial skin infection between the toes typical of erythrasma.
Gout This image displays an inflamed gouty tophus.
Granuloma Annulare Granuloma annulare often has a brownish-red color.
Irritant Contact Dermatitis This image displays scale and redness typical of dermatitis (inflammation of the skin).
Lichen Simplex Chronicus Chronic rubbing or scratching of the same area leads to lichen simplex chronicus, with thickened, rough, and…
Melanoma This image displays a darkly pigmented lesion typical of melanoma.
Mole (Nevus) A mole is seen on the fourth toe, next to a callus caused by wearing ill-fitting shoes. Note that the color and…
Myxoid Cyst Myxoid cysts contain clear, viscous fluid.
Nail Infection, Fungal (Onychomycosis) White nails accompanied by slightly elevated lesions are typical of onychomycosis (fungal nail infections).
Nail Lifting (Onycholysis) Onychomycosis often affects only the great toenail and may show separation of the plate from the nail bed as well…
Pitted Keratolysis This image shows a typical case of pitted keratolysis on the bottom of a foot and toes.
Plantar Wart This image displays the thick scale associated with plantar warts (warts on the feet).
Psoriasis Psoriasis can be slightly scaly with bright red, well-demarcated areas.
Raynaud's Phenomenon Typical to Raynaud's disease, this image displays purple toes due to constricted blood vessels.
Scabies While scabies is usually seen as irregular red, scaling, scratched patches anywhere on the body, there are…
Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) This squamous cell carcinoma under the toenail has a pink to brown streak of discoloration of the nail plate as…
Stasis Dermatitis This image displays long-standing stasis dermatitis and varicose veins associated with swelling and…
Stasis Ulcer This image displays severe stasis ulcers that result from chronic leg swelling.
Sunburn This image displays a sunburn on a patient who wore shoes but no sunblock.
Vitiligo This image displays vitiligo on the backs of feet.
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