Diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (dermatology)

Painful callus

Painful callus is most often wet (wet) - with the formation of a blister in the area of excessive pressure or friction of the skin, but dry calluses, primarily core calluses, can also cause pain when walking.

Internal callus

Dry callus - due to the presence of an intradermal rod formed by an accumulation of dead skin keratinocytes, it is sometimes defined as an internal callus.

Water callus in children and adults

A painful water callus is a limited area on the skin in the form of a fluid bubble that forms in an area of repeated pressure or friction.

Callus removal with liquid nitrogen

One of the hardware methods of getting rid of calluses is their destruction using such a cryo-liquid as liquefied nitrogen, which has a temperature of -195.8 ° C in this state of aggregation.

Hard callus in adults and children

As you know, corns are divided into wet (wet) and dry (hard). Thus, a hard callus - a thickening of the outer (horny) layer of the epidermis, consisting of dead keratinocytes - is a dry callus.

Skin cracks on the heels of the feet

It would seem that banal cracks on the heels of the legs, but how much torment and unpleasant moments are associated with them. They don't come from nowhere. On gentle, well-groomed and elastic feet, such a defect cannot appear. 

Methods for removing nevi in children and adults

A nevus is a benign spot or growth of congenital or acquired origin. Neoplasms can have a different shape and size and vary from flattened spots to large-scale papilloma-shaped elements.

Corns with black dots on legs and arms

Black callus is associated with wearing uncomfortable or poor-quality shoes and clothes, with prolonged walking or standing work, with overly sensitive and thin skin.


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