He ojo de gallo, or also birdseye, is the common name given to a callosity, as annoying as painful, whose name in medical terms is interdigital heloma or heloma Molle.
It appears between the toes, usually between the fourth and fifth fingers, and its main causes pressure continuously on the skin, for example by the use of shoes too narrow. At the calluses appear, fingers rubbing itself can lead to a wound, causing pain. What can we do to try and, above all, to prevent their appearance? Let's look more closely, what are the unmistakable signs the appearance of an eye de gallo on foot.
Use footwear narrow tip, or perform shoddy sport shoes without socks are some of the most common causes that cause the so-called ojo de gallo between the toes. The erosion and inflammation of the affected skin area is one of the first signs of cock's eye, if zone also tends to be wet may become more vulnerable to infection by bacteria or fungi. It is important to consult the chiropodist to confirm that it is an eye de gallo to determine the most appropriate treatment. In fact it is important to see a specialist because it can become ulcerated and inflamed, triggering pain and difficulties to put on.
What to do?
First, as an alternative before resorting to surgery, is exfoliate area. It is advisable to use shoes width and, in some cases, can be used or an orthosis silicone dressings or polymer gel to avoid continuous pressure between fingers, relieving pain by creating a pillow effect. When this callus becomes recurrent, or generates more discomfort due, it is best a simple surgery to eradicate the problem of bone ojo de gallo.
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