paronychia


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paronychia

[‚par·ə′nik·ē·ə]
(medicine)
A suppurative inflammation about the margin of a nail.
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Functional results and complications Group I Group II Functional results (Crawford's criteria) Excellent (n=7) Excellent (n=4) Good (n=11) Good (n=5) Poor (n=1) Complications Nail deformity Nail deformity (n=2) (n=3) Skin necrosis (n=1) Implant exposition (n=1) Paronychia (n=1)
Chronic paronychia is common among people such as cooks who repeatedly immerse their hands in water.
HPV-associated digital SCC may clinically present as single or multiple lesions, commonly as periungual verrucous plaque, subungual nodule and onycholysis, but longitudinal melanonychia and lesions suggestive of paronychia and keratoacanthoma were also noted.
Cutaneous nocardiosis can manifest as cellulitis, pustules, pyoderma, paronychia, or localized abscess mimicking infections due to other pyogenic bacteria [3, 5].
Lappula spinocarpos, Notoceras bicorne and Paronychia arabica as well as the delicate grasses Rostraria pumila, Schismus arabicus, S.
The skin and soft tissue infections may present in the form of cellulitis, furunculosis, paronychia, suppurative adenitis and \'cold\' abscesses.
A key treatment principle is to search out the source of infection and drain it, whether it is a paronychia, sinusitis, perirectal abscess, or some other focus.
Angular cheilitis is a common early manifestation followed by paronychia (2).
Paronychia muschleri Chaudhri Hierba acaule, rastrera, con densas ramas cubiertas por hojas verde claras.
Disseminated Fusarium originating from toenail paronychia in a neutropenic patient.
individual cells Nail dystrophies, acute referred to as Tzanck paronychia and cells.