.Corns and calluses are annoying and sometimes painful thickenings that form in the skin at pressure points. The medical term for the thickened skin that forms due to this problem is hyperkeratosis. A corn refers to a more diffuse, the flat area of thick skin, while corn is an area of thick, localized usually has a conical or circular. Corns, also known as helomas sometimes have a dry, wax, or translucent.
A callus (tyloma) is an area of skin that thickens after exposure to repetitive forces to protect the skin. A callus may not be painful. When it becomes painful, treatment is necessary.
When developing a callus mass of dead cells in the center, becomes a corn (heloma). Corns usually occur in the fingers and toes. Corns occur on the feet, hands and elsewhere on the skin where friction is present.
Corns and calluses are caused by pressure or friction on skin. A callus is thickened skin on the top or side of a toe, usually from shoes that do not fit. A callus is thickened skin on the hands or soles of the feet.
The thickening of the skin is a protective reaction. For example,
farmers and rowers get callused hands that prevent them from getting painful blisters. People with bunions often develop a callus over the bunion because it rubs against the shoe.
Shoes that are too tight or too loose or have a very high heeled, tight socks, deformed toes.
Walking on hilly area or standing or walking on hard surfaces for long.
The performance of work to make permanent or recurring pressure on the spot on his feet.
Many people with Crohn’s disease have symptoms for years before diagnosis.  The usual onset is between 15 and 30 years of age but can occur at any age.
 Because of the “irregular” nature of gastrointestinal disease and the depth of tissue involvement, initial symptoms may be more subtle than those of ulcerative colitis. People with Crohn’s disease experience chronic recurrent periods of exacerbation and remission.
A physician obtains a complete medical history and perform a complete physical examination with laboratory tests and diagnostics to diagnose Crohn’s disease.
Examination and other tests are needed to rule out a number of transient conditions such as viral, bacterial or parasitic, causing symptoms similar to Crohn’s disease.
Depending on what part of the intestinal tract becomes inflamed, the symptoms of Crohn’s disease and complications are different. Here are five types of Crohn’s disease, your doctor may refer your specific disease areas involved. It is important to know what part of the intestine affected by Crohn’s disease.
(Granulomatous) colitis Crohn’s Disease
It only affects the colon. Type of Crohn’s disease specific symptoms include joint pain and skin lesions are more common in this form. Diarrhea, rectal bleeding and anal abscesses,
fistulas and ulcers.
While the treatment of Crohn’s disease, treatment must address the level of immunity of the patient and the treatment must be able to restore the altered immunity back to normal. Homeopathic treatment precisely does this. Crohn’s disease is a disorder of the Constitution, so called for in depth constitutional homeopathic medicines.