Nail plate


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Related to Nail plate: nail bed, Nail matrix
iron in plates from which cut nails are made.

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Nail plate binder, Pent roof shaped 5 o , Wingspan approx.
Nail clipping of the distal nail plate is easy to perform and is harmless and painless for the patient8.
Nail splitting is often seen together with onychorrhexis - long-wise splitting or ridging of the nail plate - and these two diseases together are called 'brittle nail syndrome'.
It is an excessive ridging of the nail plate referred to as "rough nails" or trachyonychia.
Nail splitting is often seen together with onychorrhexis - longwise splitting or ridging of the nail plate - and these two diseases together are called brittle nail syndrome.
It's not possible to get an accurate diagnosis going through the nail plate to the nail bed, she said.
The most common clinical signs of SCC of the nail unit are, in decreasing order, subungual hyperkeratosis, onycholysis, oozing, and nail plate destruction.
Subungual neoplasms may cause ingrown toenails due to compression of the nail plate against the nail fold.
unlike dermatophytic invasion, penetrates the nail plate only secondarily after it has attacked the soft tissue around the nail.
5 cm, arising from the tip of the right thumb surrounding the nail plate and extended below the nail plate [Fig-1].
She had first noticed an asymptomatic smaller, ring-like skin lesion at the base of the fourth finger above the dorsum of the right hand 2 years earlier, which gradually increased in size to attain its present size, involving almost the entire fourth finger with its nail plate and third finger up to the proximal interphalangeal joint.
The toenail of the right foot great toe has thickening of the distal part of the nail, with onycholysis (separation of the nail plate from the nail bed), yellow discoloration, and subungual debris.