athlete's foot


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Synonyms for athlete's foot

fungal infection of the feet

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Athlete's foot responds well to over-the-counter antifungal powders or creams containing miconazole, clotrimazole or tolnaftate.
People who tend to get athlete's foot infections also have a higher risk for onychomycosis of the toenails.
One gets Athlete's Foot when coming in contact with the fungus and it begins to grow on skin.
In most cases, once diagnosed, athlete's foot can be dealt with easily using a recommended anti-fungal cream, several of which are available without prescription.
Athlete's foot is not difficult to diagnose yourself.
The company expects the Athlete's Foot brand to deliver sales growth of between 8 per cent and 10 per cent, as previously forecast.
Athlete's foot is a contagious condition and it can be spread either directly or indirectly - either by skin-to-skin contact with somebody who is already infected or by touching something with which an infected person has come into contact - the aforementioned communal areas or possibly towels or bed sheets.
Market Report," contends that more than 70% of Americans suffer from athlete's foot at some time in their lives, while about 33% are estimated to contract toenail infections as well.
When the anthropophile fungi start growing on the moist dead skin on your feet, you have athlete's foot or tinea pedis.
My problem is I have developed really nasty athlete's foot and a horrible red smelly rash in my groin.
Initially we thought it might be athlete's foot as he spends a lot of time in trainers and playing sport, but even the most potent creams have not cleared it.
TREAT cases of athlete's foot and prevent reinfection with Boots Dual Action Athlete's Foot Powder (pounds 2.
Remember, now, we are ruminating about scientific books, couched in medical terms on the X's and O's of sun stroke, lower back pain, head concussions, dementia, and athlete's foot.
Anyway, it's something you ought to deal with in private, like athlete's foot.
Tokyo, Japan, Feb 23, 2006 - (JCN) - Kyorin Pharmaceutical announced on February 22 that it will begin marketing TOE COOL Solution, a new item in its athlete's foot remedy series TOE COOL, on March 1.