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nail bed

n.
The formative layer of cells at the base of the fingernail or toenail; the matrix.
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5) Repetitive trauma to the nail bed can bring considerable permanent thickening of the nail if it has been lost and regrows.
It's not possible to get an accurate diagnosis going through the nail plate to the nail bed, she said.
Changes occur at the distal and proximal portions of the nail bed in onycholysis and onychomadesis, respectively.
While your digits are recovering, you can at least now disguise the damage with Orly Breathable Treatment + Color, a hybrid polish/ protector that claims to let more oxygen through to the nail bed, so your nails thicken up faster.
KRT6a, KRT6b, KRT6c, KRT16 and KRT17 expressed in the nail bed, palmoplantar skin, pilosebaceous unit and oral mucosa.
It is associated with pitting, deformation, thickening, discoloration and separation of the nail from the nail bed.
The lesion is usually located on the extremities, especially the nail bed as seen in both of our patients, but may occur on other parts of the body.
In a recent Phase 2 study, MOB-015 demonstrated delivery of high microgram levels of terbinafine into the nail, as well as through the nail plate into the nail bed.
uk 5 DARK NAIL STREAK IF YOU see a dark pigment streak in your nail bed, seek your GP's advice immediately, as in a small number of cases it could indicate a melanoma - the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Photo-onycholysis is a rare phototoxic reaction, which occurs due to the separation of the nail plate from the nail bed after a drug ingestion and exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light.
To create a cute floral motif, start with a coat of OPI Amore at the Grand Canal and add three strokes of white at the nail bed to form petals.
Thermal images of the inner canthus of their eye and middle finger nail bed, representing core and peripheral temperatures, respectively, were taken at baseline, 1st, and 2nd hour.