TOE

By Gary M. White, MD

Blue/Necrosis

Various vascular events that occlude the vessels including:

Phlegmasia Cerulea Dolens For a picture, see JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20

Vasculitis. For a picture from antiphospholipid syndrome, see JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20

Septic Emboli [JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20]

Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation [JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20]

Necrosis of toe in a diabetic. [JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20]

Cholesterol Emboli [JAAD January 2009 Volume 60, Issue 1, Pages 1–20]

Hydrophilic Polymer Emboli

Constricting Band

Ainhum

Pseudoainhum

Cyst

Digital Mucous Cyst
Digital Mucous Cyst

Hyperkeratotic Papule

Onychoclavus (subungual corn) and other corns. The tips of the toes in older patients often have a combination corn/callous where the tip of the toe rubs on the shoe.
Onychoclavus Onychoclavus

Papule

Nevus (biopsy-proven)
Nevus

Tungiasis

Basal cell carcinoma of the toe [Dermatology Online Journal].

Pigmented

Benign Mole (biopsied)
Benign Mole on the Toe

Blood Blisters
Blood Blisters

Red, Inflamed

Perniosis
Perniosis

Gram-Negative Toe Web Infection
Gram-Negative Toe Web Infection

Sand Flea Bites Has the patient been to the beach recently?
Sand Flea bites on the toes

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