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Updated: 2017-06-13


Corns most often develop on the tops and sides of feet and between the toes. They can also be found in weight-bearing areas.


Corns are benign hardened, raised bumps surrounded by inflamed skin. They can be painful when pressed.


Self-care measures include wearing properly fitting shoes and using protective pads. Medicated patches can help remove corns, or a doctor can trim them.