Tinea pedis is a dermatophyte infection of the feet.
Tinea pedis is the most common dermatophytosis because moisture resulting from foot sweating facilitates fungal growth. Tinea pedis may occur as any of 4 clinical forms or in combination:
Chronic hyperkeratotic
Chronic intertriginous
Acute ulcerative
Vesiculobullous
Chronic hyperkeratotic
Causes a distinctive pattern of lesion, manifesting as scaling and thickening of the soles, which often extends beyond the plantar surface in a moccasin distribution. Different types of hyperkeratotic may be due to hyperhidrosis and occlusive footgear, or contact dermatitis (due to type IV delayed hypersensitivity to various materials in shoes, particularly adhesive cement, thiuram compounds in footwear that contains rubber, and chromate tanning agents used in leather footwear) or, irritant contact dermatitis, and psoriasis.
Tinea Pedis (Moccasin Distribution)
Tinea Pedis (Moccasin Distribution)
Tinea Pedis With Irregular Scaling of the Sole
Tinea Pedis With Irregular Scaling of the Sole
Tinea Pedis With Dorsal Foot Scales
Tinea Pedis With Dorsal Foot Scales
Tinea Pedis With Scaling and Erythema of Lateral Foot
Tinea Pedis With Scaling and Erythema of Lateral Foot
Subtle Tinea Pedis
Subtle Tinea Pedis
Tinea Pedis
Tinea Pedis
Tinea Pedis in a Patient With Dark Skin
Tinea Pedis in a Patient With Dark Skin
Chronic intertriginous
Is tinea pedis characterized by scaling, erythema, and erosion of the interdigital and subdigital skin of the feet, most commonly affecting the lateral 3 toes.
Acute ulcerative tinea pedis ypically begins in the 3rd and 4th interdigital spaces and extends to the lateral dorsum and/or the plantar surface of the arch. These toe web lesions are usually macerated and have scaling borders. Secondary bacterial infection, cellulitis, and lymphangitis are common complications.
Acute Ulcerative Tinea Pedis
Acute Ulcerative Tinea Pedis
Vesiculobullous tinea pedis, in which vesicles develop on the soles and coalesce into bullae, is the less common result of a flare-up of interdigital tinea pedis; risk factors are occlusive shoes and environmental heat and humidity.
There are many forms of tine pedis which, we
as technicians will experience in the
Foot Care arena.

The important factor is, as Technicians we need to be able to identify the different types of Tinea Pedis which, we see daily.

Can YOU identify what is simply classic Athletes feet or a Dry tinea media? Can you identify a Psoriasis or Eczema?

Better yet….do you know how to and what to recommend to your clients to manage these conditions and help them get the healthy feet they need to carry them around for a lifetime?

Centre for Beauty carries a variety of products to help with the condition of the skin on our feet. Centre for Beauty offers educational webinars, educational u-tube links and more, to help with the challenges you face every day in the Pedicure room

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