Pitted Keratolysis

by Admin on April 25, 2012

Pitted keratolysis is a problem of the foot that sweats excessively (hyperhidrosis). It is a bacterial infection of the skin in the presence of the moisture if the excessive sweat is allowed to accumulate and moisten the skin. The infection creates a number of small craters or pits. The treatment is to address the infection with topical antibiotics and preventative measures to address the excessive sweating.

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