On the page below you will find pictures and information about the conditions that can affect the webspace of the toe. The toe webspace is the bridge of skin that connects the bases of the toes to each other. Scabies and athlete's foot are characteristic conditions found in these areas. As a fungal infection, athlete's foot can flourish in the moist area between the toes. Scabies, a type of skin mite, also does well in this area. As with other parts of the skin, rashes from many different causes can affect the webspace of the toes. See more information below.
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Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis)
This image displays scaling and erosion of the skin between the toes in a severe case of tinea pedis (athlete's…
Bug Bite or Sting
Insect bites may be numerous; when so many are seen on the lower legs, consider fleas as the culprit.
This image displays a corn between toes from pressure from the adjacent toe.
This image displays a bacterial skin infection between the toes typical of erythrasma.
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