Juvenile Plantar Dermatosis
Rapid Juvenile Plantar Dermatosis
Juvenile Plantar Dermatosis, also known as Sweaty Sock Syndrome or juvenile forefoot dermatitis, is characterized by scaly, dry skin on the soles of the feet of children. In certain cases, hands begin to develop similar symptoms. The condition affects children ages 3-14, with an average age of 8. Often very painful, it tends to be chronic and is far more common in boys. It is particularly bothersome in humid summer months. Alternating damp and dry conditions can provoke juvenile plantar dermatosis.
The condition produces cracked skin that appears red, shiny and glazed. The skin looks tight and smooth but feels extremely dry. Symptoms appear on weight bearing areas of the foot, including the ball of the foot, big toe and heel. Deep, painful cracks, from plantar dermatosis, may take weeks to heal and symptoms are aggravated by moist socks and shoes. Sandals and breathable shoes are recommended to avoid juvenile plantar dermatosis, as are thick cotton socks. Socks should be changed when damp.
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