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Dark patch on knuckle, not itchy, same odor as rest of foot, scaly. Causes and treatment?

My right big toe has a darker patch on the knuckle. it s not particularly itchy and doesn t smell any different to the rest of the foot . slightly scaly , enough to make the crease in the knuckle more exaggerated than on the left foot. I ve had it for quite a few years but, whilst I used to rollerblade a lot, I wouldn t say I lead a lifestyle that lends itself to serious activity directed towards one foot. my thoughts were that it could be from driving as I havn t been driving for more than 7 years What is this?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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the symptoms resemble exposure dermatitis better consult skin speecilist for the treatment guidense thickness of the skin may be the professional hazrd also and for the same skin specialist guidence is neccessary
Answered: Tue, 22 Oct 2013
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