A callus (tyloma) is a diffuse area of hyperkeratosis, usually without a distinct border.
Typically, the result of exposure to repetitive forces, including friction and mechanical pre...
Most commonly a clinical diagnosis based on visualization of the lesion
Examination of footwear may also provide clues.
Careful history can usually pinpoint cause.
Ask about neurologic a...
Most therapy for corns and calluses can be done as self-care in the home (1).
Use bandages, soft foam padding, or silicone sleeve over the affected area to decrease friction o...
General information: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/corns-and-calluses/basics/definition/con-20014462
American Podiatric Medical Association: http://www.ap...
American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons: http://www.acfas.org/
Theodosat A. Skin diseases of the lower extremities in the elderly. Dermatol Clin. 2004;22(1):13–21.
201038005 Corn - lesion (disorder)
201040000 Callosity (disorder)
201037000 Corns and callus
394999002 Callosity on hand (disorder...
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<bold><italic>Figure 14.72.</bold></bold><bold>A.</bold> Callus. <bold>B.</bold> Corn.