Gram-negative toe web infection
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Gram-negative toe web infection is a relatively common infection. It is commonly found on people who are engaged in athletic activities while wearing closed-toe or tight fitting shoes. It grows in a moist environment. Gram-negative is mixed bacterial infection with the following organisms:
This mixing of infection and organisms may also cause a mild secondary infection of tinea pedis.
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