Foot fungus is a fungal infection caused by a microscopic fungus that dwells on the dead tissue of toenails and outer skin layers. It usually occurs between the toes. Foot fungus causes itchiness, redness, a burning sens... More »

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A fungal foot infection, commonly known as athlete's foot, can be treated with an over-the-counter antifungal powder, spray or cream if the infection is a mild one, according to Mayo Clinic. Appropriate nonprescription d... More »

The severity of foot fungus is dependant on the pain experienced by the patient and how deep the infection has progressed, according to Mayo Clinic. Two main types of foot fungus are Athlete's foot and nail fungus. More »

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Foot fungus treatments include antifungal creams, powders or pills, depending on whether the fungus infects just the skin of the foot or is also infecting the toenails, says Cleveland Clinic. When the infection is only i... More »

Foot fungus is a condition that can take many forms including athlete's foot and toenail fungus, all of which are caused by microscopic fungi organisms that make their way into or onto the foot, according to WebMD. Most ... More »

A granuloma is a patch of inflamed tissue that has various causes, depending on its location in the body, but is most often caused by a fungal infection, according to the Mayo Clinic. Some common types of granuloma inclu... More »

According to WebMD, ringworm of the foot, also referred to as athlete's foot, is a fungal infection that causes itching, burning, peeling and cracking of the feet. The fungus grows in warm environments such as shoes and ... More »