Diabetic Foot

Typically found on the bottom of your foot, plantar warts can cause tenderness that makes standing or walking difficult. Removal requires a topical agent, but advanced cases may call for more advanced treatments.

Other signs and symptomsof a Plantar wart include:

  • Hard, thickened skin (callus) growth over a defined spot on the skin where a wart has grown inward
  • A small growth on the bottom of the foot (usually around the base of the toes or forefoot of the heel) that is fleshy and rough
  • Tiny black pinpoints that are commonly referred to as wart seeds but are really small, clotted blood vessels
  • An abrasion that interrupts the regular lines and ridges in the skin of your foot
  • Slight pain or tenderness when standing or walking

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