Nail

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

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Nail bracing is a conservative method used for ingrown nails, applied even in children, patients with diabetes mellitus, and cases of local infection (stage 3).
Q: My big toes get ingrown nails that I cut away to ease the pain.
If the pain is severe and unrelenting, or if your torn or ingrown nail is getting hot, swollen, fiery red, or odorous, see a professional as soon as possible.
Mandrell believed she had an ingrown nail on her left big toe.
com, the ACFAS consumer website, infection can occur when an ingrown nail breaks through the skin.