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verruca, corn or something else

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by GILES H, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. GILES H

    GILES H Member


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    I recently treated a lady with a plantar lesion that confuses me. It looks like a corn but is not in an obvious high pressure area, is very painful with pressure (more like corn than v.p), on debridement isrelatively soft (unlike a corn) and has vascular elements. I'm a relatively experienced Podiatrist so don't normally have any problems telling the difference between a corn and a v.p so wondered whether any one had come across anything similar? I've had a handful of these in the past that have been similar. Thanks
     
  2. GILES H

    GILES H Member

    Sorry. Realised I should have put that in general discussion forum so have re posted there. I'm Giles, from Weymouth and am looking forward to gaining some help and hopefully helping others on this site
     
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