Corns between toes tend to creep up on you. By the time you KNOW you've got one; it's too late.
This one was situated on the joint and covered by a thin layer of clear callus.
This patient had applied acid but not enough for it to really do the damage it does in some cases.
Removing these interdigital corns is almost as much about feel as by sight.
Sometimes a small nugget of hard skin is enough to still cause pain afterwards.