Intractable plantar keratosis

R A Mann
Instructional Course Lectures 1984, 33: 287-301
As I mentioned in the beginning of this discussion, it is imperative to treat all of these intractable plantar keratoses conservatively with proper shoes, metatarsal supports, and local care of the lesion before considering any type of surgical intervention. Many patients will respond to conservative management, and it is certainly the treatment of choice if the patient is satisfied with it.

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