A range of diabetic foot photos is available in a slideshow at MedicineNet.com. Diabetics' feet are prone to diabetic neuropathy and peripheral vascular disease — both conditions that can harm the feet badly, as MedicineNet.com explains.
Diabetics sometimes experience nerve damage that leads to an inability to sense temperature and pain. In diabetic neuropathy, diabetics lose nerve sensation on their feet and are therefore susceptible to injury and infection. With peripheral vascular disease, diabetics experience poor circulation to their feet. As a result, injuries take longer to heal and are more likely to become infected, ulcerous or even gangrenous. The specific foot conditions to which diabetics are prone include athlete's foot, fungal nail infections and blisters, as the MedicineNet.com slideshow portrays.