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Hyperkeratosis is a thickening of the stratum corneum layer of the skin as a protective response to mechanical irritation of the skin. This results in the formation of a callus or corn.
Corns, heloma durum, are calluses that have been compressed so much that they get very hard, like a dried kernel of corn.
Continued pressure applied to calluses and corns can cause symptoms, such as pain, when irritated or touched.
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