Keratoderma plantare sulcatum

keratoderma plantare sulcatum keratoderma plan·tar·e sul·ca·tum (plān-târ’ē sŭl-kā’təm)
Thickening of the skin’s horny layer and the formation of fissures on the soles. Also called cracked heel.


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