toenail

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toenail

a thin horny translucent plate covering part of the dorsal surface of the end joint of each toe
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In a very concrete way, my ingrown toenail taught me to respect and have compassion for every member in the body of Christ.
Ingrown toenail deformity is a common nail pathology that causes intractable pain and discomfort, hindering normal walking and markedly decreasing the quality of life of patients.
I have a bunion and recently developed ingrown toenails on both feet.
Ingrown toenails can be caused by wearing shoes that are too tight or by cutting the toenails improperly.
Ingrown toenails do not lend themselves well to do-it-yourself home treatments.
Ben, from Johnstone, Renfrewshire, said: "If I hadn't gone to the doctor with my ingrown toenail, I might not be here.
Although there are some instances where an ingrown toenail can be treated at home, it is discouraged if an infection is suspected.
Q My teenage son has developed a painful ingrown toenail that's actually now preventing him playing football as it's so sore.
Non-contract newcomer Mathias Pogba, who was a midweek substitute, could also be ruled out today with an ingrown toenail and if Morrell fails a fitness test, Nat Knight-Percival is on stand-by.
Ingrown toenail is one of the most common foot problems that men suffer from," says Dr Amarpal S Suri, chairman, Indian Podiatry Association.
Sturrock spent the game sat down on the bench after surgery on an ingrown toenail, and from his viewpoint he could not see the goal.