Athlete’s Foot (Tinea Pedis)
This image displays scaling between the toes typical of tinea pedis (athlete's foot).
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Below you will find information about skin conditions affecting the toe webspace of children. The toe webspace includes the areas of skin located between each toe. It is a small skin fold area that can be affected by fungus (athlete's foot, tinea pedis) or mites (scabies). The toe webspace can be itchy and red from a chemical irritant such as soap or lotion, causing a skin condition called contact dermatitis. A chronic thickening of the skin common in skin folds, including the toe webspace, is known as erythrasma. To read more about these conditions and how they are treated, click an image below.