It is possible to find pictures of toe corns on MedicineNet.com, MayoClinic.org or WebMD.com. Written information about corns and other similar foot and toe problems is available on these websites as well, including a sl... More »

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Remove old corns on toes with salicylic acid treatments, which include plasters, applicators, pads and drops, notes MedicineNet. Such corn treatments are used to break down dead skin that has thickened on the toes to for... More »

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Corns develop on the toes due to the thickening of the skin in response to excessive friction or pressure on the area, which may result from footwear that is too tight or foot deformities such as hammertoe, according to ... More »

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Hard corns on the feet appear as hard patches of thick, dead skin with central cores, while soft corns are thinner and generally appear between the fourth and fifth toes, according to WebMD. Seed corns are small corns th... More »

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Corns are a thickening on the skin between the toes and can be painful, according to MedicineNet. A common symptom is pain and tenderness near the area. Corns can be painful regardless of the size. More »

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Corns develop on the toes due to the thickening of the skin in response to excessive friction or pressure on the area, which may result from footwear that is too tight or foot deformities such as hammertoe, according to ... More »

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To relieve pain from corns between the toes, reduce the pressure by placing a foam cushion or cotton between the toes after applying an antibiotic ointment, suggests the Podiatry Network. If pain persists, a medical prof... More »