onychocryptosis


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onychocryptosis

(ˌɒnɪkəʊkrɪpˈtəʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) a form of nail disease in which nails are ingrown
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The patient was given a diagnosis of recurrent onychocryptosis without paronychia.
To the Editor: Ingrown toenail, also known as onychocryptosis or unguis incarnates, occurs when the periungual skin is punctured by its corresponding nail plate, resulting in a cascade of foreign body, inflammatory, infectious, and reparative processes.
[en] Review about phenol-alcohol technique surgery on onychocryptosis treatment.
Ingrown toenail, superficial cryotherapy, onychocryptosis.
INTRODUCTION: Onychocryptosis or In Growing Toe Nail (IGTN) is a common clinical problem.
At closer examination patient appeared to have onychocryptosis in medial sulcus of the first toe.
Another common problem presented to podiatrists involve in-growing toe nail, which is known as onychocryptosis.
s Ie d Dr Miriam says: The name for your painful condition is onychocryptosis and your first step should be to go and see your doctor, who will be able to treat you.
Objectives : To determine the effectiveness of ablative partia l nail excision with phenolization in advanced stage onychocryptosis (ingrown toe nail).
Additional lesions included in the differential diagnoses of SAFM are fibroma of tendon sheath, ingrown nail (onychocryptosis), and cutaneous myxoma.
One such consequence, he points out, is an ingrown claw (otherwise known as onychocryptosis), a condition in which an overgrown claw curls and cuts into an animal's paw pad.
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND -- Onychocryptosis poses a particular risk to patients with rheumatoid arthritis being treated with biologics, so vigilance should be practiced in the foot care of these patients, reported Heidi J.