Athlete's Foot (cont.)
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Athlete's Foot Causes
Dermatitis affecting the foot can be caused by contact allergens, irritants, sweat and rash (intertrigo), poorly fitting shoes, psoriasis, interdigital bacterial toe web infections, and fungal infections.
Fungi (either yeasts or molds) are a common cause of athlete's foot.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/3/2014
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