Durlacher Corn

Durlacher Corn:
Heloma durum adjacent to proximal lateral aspect of nail of fifth toe (maybe 4th) – often difficult to see clear distinction between lesion and nail.

Durlacher's corn hard corn within lateral nail sulcus of an axially rotated fifth, or occasionally fourth toe; cornified tissue may be difficult to distinguish from nail sulcus onychophosis

Locally painful; can be overlooked as they resemble nail tissue

DDx: Double Nail of the Fifth Toe

Related Topics:
Lewis Durlacher | A Treatise On Corns, Bunions: The Diseases Of Nails, And The General Management Of The Feet | Double Nail of the Fifth Toe

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