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Interdigital dermatitis

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Interdigital dermatitis

Interdigital dermatitis (IDD) is a bacterial infection of the skin between the claws of the foot. More than one type of bacteria are believed to be involved including Dichelobacter nodosum, Prevotella spp, Fusobacterium necrophorum and Treponema spp.

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What are the predisposing factors?

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