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felon
Felon
A fingertip abscess deep in the palm side of the finger is called a felon and is usually caused by a bacterial infection, but a herpes virus called herpetic whitlow and, more rarely, fungi also can cause felons.

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ingrown toenail
Ingrown Toenail
An ingrown toenail is a toenail with an edge that pushes into the skin and soft tissue at the side of the nail, piercing the skin.

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onycholysis
Onycholysis
It is common for a fingernail or toenail to begin lifting away from its pink nail bed at the nail's outside edge. This abnormal separation of a nail from the finger or toe is called onycholysis.

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onychomycosis
Toenail Fungus (Onychomycosis)
Toenail fungus is a condition that disfigures and sometimes destroys the nail. It is also called onychomycosis.

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paronychia
Paronychia
A paronychia is an infection of the skin that surrounds a toenail or fingernail.

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subungual hematoma
Nail Trauma
A fingernail or toenail can be injured by a blow to the nail or by closing the finger or toe in a door or drawer. This kind of trauma commonly results in blood under the nail, a condition called subungual hematoma.

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trauma
Nail Trauma
A fingernail or toenail can be injured by a blow to the nail or by closing the finger or toe in a door or drawer. This kind of trauma commonly results in blood under the nail, a condition called subungual hematoma.


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