Athlete's Foot (cont.)
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Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) symptoms vary from person to person. Although some people have severe discomfort, others have few or no symptoms. Common symptoms include:
Toe web infection
Toe web infection (interdigital) is the most common type of athlete's foot. It usually occurs between the two smallest toes. This type of infection:
A moccasin-type infection is a long-lasting (chronic) infection. This type of infection:
A vesicular infection is the least common type of infection. This type:
Athlete's foot is sometimes confused with pitted keratolysis. In this health problem, the skin looks like a "moist honeycomb." It most often occurs where the foot carries weight, such as on the heel and the ball of the foot. Symptoms include feet that are very sweaty and smell bad.
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