Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis)
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The medical community refers to this condition as tinea pedis. Fungus may also infect your toenails, hands, and groin. Wash your hands immediately if you do touch the infected area. Blisters generally occur on the sole or instep of the foot. It occurs in up to 15 percent of the population. You may have a secondary infection if the blisters are filled with pus.
How to Treat Blisters from Athlete’s Foot
Tinea pedis is the most common dermatophytosis because moisture resulting from foot sweating facilitates fungal growth. Tinea pedis may occur as any of 4 clinical forms or in combination:. Chronic hyperkeratotic tinea pedis due to Trichophyton rubrum causes a distinctive pattern of lesion, manifesting as scaling and thickening of the soles, which often extends beyond the plantar surface in a moccasin distribution. Patients who are not responding as expected to antifungal therapy may have another less common cause of plantar rash.
Athlete's foot tinea pedis , also known as ringworm of the foot, is a surface superficial fungal infection of the skin of the foot. The most common fungal disease in humans, athlete's foot, may be passed to humans by direct contact with infected people, infected animals, contaminated objects such as towels or locker room floors , or the soil. Athlete's foot may occur in people of all ages, of all races, and of both sexes. However, athlete's foot is more common in males than in females. Children rarely develop athlete's foot.
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