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In group II, nail deformities (n=3), paronychia (n=1) that was treated using antibiotics, skin necrosis (n=1) requiring debridement and implant removal (Figure 6), and implant exposition (n=1) after 8 weeks of follow-up (Figure 7) were recorded as complications.
It should be kept in mind that hair-thread tourniquet syndrome can be confused with infantile colic which is a more common problem and should be differentiated from infectious diseases related with organs including balanitis and paronychia.
All patients having Paronychia, diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, bleeding disorders, peripheral vascular disease and hypersensitivity to Phenol and Sodium Hydroxide, and those using immunosuppressive drugs were excluded from study.
The clinical signs of syphilis include syphilitic alopecia (a patchy moth-eaten hair loss or diffuse alopecia) and syphilitic paronychia, an involvement of the nails.
Acute paronychia is usually the result of a bacterial infection entering the nail fold through a cut or break in the skin.
It should begin with a global inspection for discolorations, calluses, wounds, fissures, macerations, nail dystrophy, or paronychia.
Common fungal foot infections in diabetes patients can trigger limb-threatening complications by raising the risk of secondary bacterial infections, foot ulcers, cellulitis, gangrene and paronychia, if left untreated.
Other conditions included 13 cases of longitudinal melanonychia, 11 of disappearing nail bed, 9 of retronychia, 8 cases of congenital malalignment, 8 cases of trachyonychia, 7 of paronychia, 5 cases of psoriasis, and 2 of lichen planus.
cerifera (wooly paperflower), Echinocereus reichenbachii (lace hedgehog cactus), Paronychia jamesii (James' nailwort), Aristida purpurea (three-awn grass), Thelesperma filifolium (greenthread), Mentzelia nuda (sandlily), Sporobolus (dropseed), Plantago (plantain), and Gaillardia pulchella (Indian blanket).
Digital squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is relatively rare and may present a diagnostic challenge by mimicking benign conditions, such as verruca vulgaris and chronic paronychia.
Pharmacological and toxicological effects of Paronychia argentea in experimental calcium oxalate nephrolithiasis in rats.
Exudative onycholysis and acute bacterial paronychia related to BIBF-1120 and paclitaxel: response to topical therapy.