A patient with diabetes and Parkinson’s Disease has been suffering from multiple corns and callus on her feet for many years. These hard skin lesions cause her pain and difficulty when walking. It is very important to remove hard skin lesions to ensure they do not increase in size, cause more pain when walking, or lead to possible wounds due to a breakdown of tissue from long periods of increased pressure.
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