periungual


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per·i·un·gual

a. periungueal, localizado adyacente o cerca de una uña.

periungual

adj periungueal
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PGs most commonly develop on the head and neck, and slightly less commonly on the fingers, periungual areas, upper extremities, lips, gingiva, and conjunctiva.
The facial findings over the malar area were angiofibromas (adenoma sebaceum) in a typical butterfly pattern (Figure 1), periungual fibroma (Koenen's tumor) on the left big toe (Figure 2) and hypomelanocytic macules around the neck (ash leaf spot) which is typical of tuberous sclerosis.
This study is a multi-center, multi-dose trial conducted in subjects with at least one cutaneous plantar or periungual wart present for at least four weeks.
Thereafter, it did not heal and a mass emerged with tenderness, periungual swelling, and redness.
Other LE nonspecific lesions were cutaneous vascular disease (palpable purpura-1 patient, periungual telangiectasia-3 patients), leg ulcers (2 patients) and erythema multiforme (1 patient).
Yeni uygulanmis oje periungual (tirnak cevresi) deride mikroorganizmalarin sayisini artirmaz, ancak tirnaklardaki asinmis oje organizmalarin cok sayida artmasini destekleyebilir.
The studies included data on laser treatment of several types of nongenital warts including simple and recalcitrant common warts, periungual and subungual warts, and palmoplantar warts.
Freshly applied nail polish on natural nails does not increase the microbial load from periungual skin if fingernails are short; however, chipped nail polish can harbor added bacteria.
changes in the peripheral extremities (erythema of the palms and soles, which is often accompanied by painful, brawny edema of the dorsa of the hands or the feet in the acute phase, followed by desquamation of the fingers which begins at the periungual region); 4.
Six fingers were used in a random fashion to evaluate puncture of the anterior part of the finger, the periungual zone and the lateral area of the fingertip (depth 0.
Ingrown toenails occur when piercing of periungual skin by its corresponding nail plate leads to a cascade of foreign body, inflammatory, infectious, and reparative processes.