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A bony callus, also called a fibrocartilage callus, comprises a critical early step in the body's attempt to heal a bone fracture. It is marked by the formation of bony and cartilaginous materials into a bridge-like stru... More »

Skin that is irritated from pressure and friction often results in the formation of calluses on the toes, states MNT. Having bunions or hammer toes, wearing improperly fitted shoes and standing for long periods are also ... More »

According to WebMD, picking ,or otherwise touching a wart, can spread the infection to other parts of the body; therefore, it is not recommended to touch a wart or attempt to remove it by force. Warts are a side effect o... More »

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A foot corn or callus is a thickening or hardening of skin in response to excessive pressure or friction. According to MedicineNet, corns typically have a conical or circular shape with a hard center. Calluses have a mor... More »

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To remove a callus from a big toe, soak the callus in very warm water for at least five minutes, and then use a pumice stone to gently sand the hardened skin, advises The New York Times. Pads, plasters and medications co... More »

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Calluses are patches of thickened skin caused by excessive friction. Plantar warts are skin growths caused by a strain of the human papillomavirus. Plantar warts tend to bleed when if the skin is scraped; calluses do not... More »

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