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What condition is this affecting the right foot

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Simon Ross, May 5, 2014.

  1. Simon Ross

    Simon Ross Active Member


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    What condition is this affecting the right foot?
     

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  2. blinda

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  3. David Smith

    David Smith Well-Known Member

    Tinea Pedis seems most likely but is it only on the foot?

    Intresting article attached

    Cheers Dave
     

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  4. blinda

    blinda MVP

    Nice article, Dave. One for the library. :drinks

    Tho, pompholyx is usually presented as a bilateral and symmetrical vesicular eruption.
     
  5. W J Liggins

    W J Liggins Well-Known Member

    Hi Simon

    Could you post a full history as well as the photo. please?

    Thanks

    Bill
     
  6. Paul Bowles

    Paul Bowles Well-Known Member

    Belinda is 100% correct - I see these regularly, nearly all have onycomycosis as well. All respond to oral terbinafine. Interesting how many are uni lateral like this.
     
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