Hard, itchy, bump on pinky toe, is this a callus?

Corn or wart. It could be either of the above, see a podiatrist for treatment.
Many possible causes. There are many things that could cause the skin to itch. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment.

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Corns. This is a "soft" corn over a boney bump on the side of the toe joint, It can be help if you maintain a soft spacer there. Make sure your shoes are wide enough and that you have an arch fit and not simply measured by the length of you foot. This is a common problem and mildly uncomfortable. Surgery can pare down the boney bump. Read more...

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Itch. Sorry about your foot. Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility. They will take your history, examine you, and likely order lab studies. Your swollen ankle may also require you to see a foot specialist as soon as possible. Hope all goes well. Please keep me posted if possible. Read more...

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My pinky toe has rubbed a callus between my toes. I keep removing the callus, but it always comes back. What needs to be done to fix this problem?

Specific X-rays. More than likely, under-lying toe bone, along with shoe pressure, are causing the problem. Have your foot x-rayed and request that a small lead marker be taped to the callus. X-ray your foot, both with and without your shoes on. The image should show both the callus area and the underlying bones that are potentially causing the problem. The choice will be to change shoe style of remodel the bones. Read more...