Foot fungus photographs are available on many reputable health websites, including WebMD and Healthline. Some of the more common infections are athlete's foot and onychomycosis, which is an infection of the toenail, acco... More »

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Use over-the-counter antifungal sprays, creams and powders as soon as the itching caused by athlete’s foot begins, advises WebMD. Wash the feet twice a day, dry them well – especially between the toes and go barefoot or ... More »

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WebMD and HowStuffWorks provide pictures of fungal rashes. WebMD provides a slideshow of pictures depicting different types of fungal rashes, while HowStuffWorks gives a few pictures and descriptions of each of the five ... More »

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Many websites have photographs of skin lesions, including WebMd, MedicineNet, Dermnt and Healthline. These websites contain images as well as extensive verbal descriptions of the causes or diseases associated with the ty... More »

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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 »

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 »

Most of the websites showing before and after photos of thumbnail fungus deal with the treatment of the same, including NewYork-FootDoctor.com and FootAnkle.com. These sites also provide information about treatment optio... More »

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