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Painful Corn on foot treated non-surgically

GENETIC SIMILIMUM: CASE OF HELOMA DURUM (CORN) Nambisan, Nisanth KM1; Nambisan, Smita N2 ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Heloma durums also known as corns are areas of hard, thickened skin that develop when the skin is exposed to excessive pressure or friction. They commonly occur on the feet and can cause pain, discomfort and they also tend to reoccur. CASE 1: A male patient complained of multiple painful corns on plantar aspect of both foot. Surgeon advised surgery followed by 4 weeks of medication & rest for healing the wound as a result of surgery. He was treated with single dose Sulphur 200 followed Antimonium Crudum 30 TDS for 7 days.  Corns cured in 10 days time and did not reappear. CASE 2: After 15 years daughter of case no.1, complained of single painful corn in plantar aspect of left foot. Tried several treatment options including corncaps & homeopathy for about 4 months without any relief; we prescribed the same medication given to her father 15 years ago. In one months time the corn resolved and did not reoccur. CONCLUSION: Case no.1 received medication after case...

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