This patient, like many many others, used acid to remove the corn on the inside of his big toe. (These were the drop variety not the plasters)
You can see the peeling skin as a result of the corn acid.
Anyway, that white patch of skin is no more. It's burnt and will still hurt until it eventually drops off.
The key with taking off these is to remove enough to provide pain relief; but not so much to cause a wound..
For the first time in their boring little lives, robots are the talk of the town.
Yep, apparently every internet search is now answered by AI with a wig and funny accent.
(Though tbf, you'd improve most healthcare blogs with a non-human)
But blinking blue lights on a computer don't get a heloma molle. They can't get one, no matter how much they try.
In shoes that squeeze, does every step pinch your pinkie toe?
Have you got hard skin there that hurts when you press down on it?
Do you get instant relief when you're free of footwear?
Sorry to break it to you, but you may be the owner of a corn on your pinky-toe. The little digit is prone to pick up them up.
They throb, oh do they throb, but they aren't too hard to get rid of — and keep away.