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NAIL, A measure of length, equal to two inches and a quarter. Vide Measure.

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In cases of chronic paronychia there may be some discomfort and swelling but it doesn't produce a build-up of pus.
Ficus carica used for treating skin diseases and laxative [2] Paronychia argenta used for treating urinary system [28] Polygonum equisetiforme used for treating urinary tract diseases [28] Malva parviflora used for treating skin diseases [1].
Ialuxid GEL is a unique combination gel formulation which can be used to treat acne lesions, folliculitis, paronychia, Molluscum Contagiosum and impetigo.
Onycholysis and chronic paronychia may result from invasion of Candida.
Other dermatologic toxicities may include paronychia and excessive eyelash growth.
Table I The occurrence of complete staminodial whorls in the Magnoliatae as derived from (ob)diplostemonous or dicyclic androccia (a) Family Tribe, genus, or species Alliaceae Allium, Trichlora, Gilliesia Anacardiaceae Pentaspadon Bombacaceae Chorisia Bonnetiaceae Ploiarium, Archytaea Brexiaceae Brexia, Ixerba Burseraceae Santiria Caesalpiniaceae Dimorphandra Caryophyllaceae Paronychia, Herniaria, Habrosia, Schiedea, etc.
The clinical manifestations included, but were not limited to, dermatitis acneiform, pruritus, erythema, rash, skin exfoliation, paronychia, dry skin, and skin fissures.
The most common adverse reactions ([greater than or equal to] 20%) of Vectibix are skin rash with variable presentations, hypomagnesemia, paronychia, fatigue, abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhea, including diarrhea resulting in dehydration.
Amelanotic melanomas of the nail bed may resemble chronic paronychia or other benign nail conditions, she said.
The most common adverse events of Vectibix are skin rash with variable presentations, hypomagnesemia, paronychia, fatigue, abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea, including diarrhea resulting in dehydration.
Fluconazole 200-400 mg once a week is effective for Candida onychomycosis or paronychia.