nailbed


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Translations

nailbed

n. matriz de la uña, porción de epidermis que cubre la uña.

nailbed

n lecho ungueal
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It covers assessment, operative preparation, incisions, anesthesia, and nailbed repair, infections, flexor and extensor tendon repair, closed tendon ruptures, thumb MCP (metacarpophalangeal) joint ulnar collateral ligament repair, digital nerve repair, replantation and revascularization, the spaghetti wrist, local and regional hand flaps, and digital terminalization, with information on rehabilitation after the procedures.
Our electronic skin bulges to one side just like the human finger does and the sensors that measure the shear forces are physically located where the nailbed would be, which results in a sensor that performs with similar performance to human fingers,' said lead study author Jianzhu Yin.
As you slide your finger across a surface, one side of your nailbed bulges out while the other side becomes taut under tension.
Initial symptoms most commonly included: mucosal ulcers, malar rashes, bleeding nailbed and oedema in 247(37.
For the dermatologic condition, the symptoms that were specifically identified were- the appearance of the nailbed (either pale or cyanotic), the nails (whether pitting, brittle, or with fungal infections), atrophic extremity and the location, skin lesions, skin discoloration, and skin edema.
Highly specialized microvascular centers with improved techniques are successfully replanting distal amputations at the level of the nailbed.
Other dermatologic side effects of bleomycin include Raynaud's phenomenon, hyperkeratosis, nailbed changes, and peeling of the skin on the palmar and plantar surfaces.
In pseudo (apparent) leuconychia, there is involvement of subungual tissue due to onycholysis or subungual hyperkeratosis or pathology of matrix or nailbed instead of nailplate2.
This process takes several months, as the infection is in the nailbed.
Among the signs of nailbed and digit melanoma: a dark, raised bump on or between toes; swelling or ulceration under the nail; sensitivity, pain and limping.
In fact, they are usually a result of damage to the nailbed.