Plantar warts are benign epithelial tumors generally caused by infection by human papillomavirus types but have also been caused by types.
The virus attacks compromised skin through direct contact, possibly entering through tiny cuts and abrasions After infection, warts may not become visible for several weeks or months. Because of pressure on the sole of the foot or finger, the wart is pushed inward and a layer of hard skin may form over the wart. A plantar wart can be painful if left untreated.*
Gangrene is a type of tissue death caused by a lack of blood supply. Symptoms may include a change in skin color to red or black, numbness, swelling, pain, skin breakdown, and coolness.
Treatment may involve surgery to remove the dead tissue, antibiotics to treat any infection, and efforts to address the underlying cause. Surgical efforts may include debridement, amputation, or the use of maggot therapy.
Warts – harmless skin growths that can appear anywhere on body. It can look like a small blister or a cauliflower. The cause of this is virus (HPV) which causes excessive and rapid growth of keratin making it hard.
Psoriasis – is a chronic skin condition in which skin cells build up rapidly on the surface of the skin forming scales and redness that are itchy and painful.
It is caused by overactive immune system. It is thought to be a genetic disease that is triggered by factors like infection or psychological stress.
Eczema – is a group of disorder where skin is red, itchy, inflamed, and sometimes blistering. The exact cause is unclear but could be due to irritation, allergy, and poor venous return.
Trigger factors are dry skin, irritants like metals, chemicals, fabric, drugs etc, and stress…