... , stroke , neuropathy , poor wound healing or a foot
ulcer, certain eye problems, certain fungal ... combined with damaged blood vessesls, can lead to foot
ulcers, and possibly progressing to necrosis , ... peripheral vascular disease which contributes to foot
ulcers and the risk of amputation
Foot and mouth disease
... and leisure activities like Ten Tors were cancelled. (see 2001 UK foot
and mouth crisis for details).
In cattle, ... of Manchester . 
The Lab-On-Site Project has more information in foot
and Mouth Disease Virus .
... common of human mycoses is caused by dermatophytes . Although seen in all areas of the body one of the more common is tinea pedis or Athlete's foot
. Mycoses are particularly severe in the case of immunodeficient patients, such as those
suffering from AIDS .
Fungi are ...
... These can be divided into type I (acidic) and type II (basic to neutral) subfamilies. Keratin is also what fungi that infect us (such as Athlete's foot
and Ringworm ) feed on.
Keratin is also a part of certain structures that grow from the skin. The nails and hair of human beings contain keratin. ...
... been contained through aggressive contact tracing and isolation of patients and suspected carriers of the disease.
Hoof and mouth disease (UK foot
and mouth disease ) is a major animal epidemic virus affecting the agricultural industry of any country with an outbreak. It affects cows, pigs, ...
... hand as it moved the brush over the canvas; it would be impossible to drive an automobile because a motorist would not be able to steer or use the foot
pedals while looking at the road ahead; we could not touch type or perform ballet; and one would not even be able to walk without literally ...
Fungal infections such as athlete's foot
list of skin diseases