By Phoebe Rich, Richard K. Scher
Illnesses of the nail signify a shockingly huge component of such a lot dermatologists' perform - and will current tricky, occasionally intractable, scientific difficulties. Co-authored via one of many world's best professionals within the box, An Atlas of illnesses of the Nail offers professional and authoritative tips on all features of analysis and management.
A accomplished consultant to universal nail illnesses, the booklet contains anatomy and body structure of the nail unit, paronychia and onycholysis, nail fungal infections, nails in dermatologic ailments, nails in systemic illness, nail beauty chemistry, nail cosmetics, medical points, plus the therapy of nail issues and nail surgical procedure. interpreting the nail from each attitude, An Atlas of illnesses of the Nail offers you a visible connection with nail ailments supported by means of textual content overlaying analysis and remedy.
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As the chronic paronychia progresses, the nail plate develops horizontal ridges and grooves (Figure 48). The treatment includes removal of the Figure 46 Chronic paronychia from contact irritants Figure 47 Inflamed nail fold in chronic paronychia An atlas of diseases of the nail 36 Figure 48 Chronic paronychia resulting in nail plate changes environmental factors and allergens that triggered the problem and treatment of yeast and bacteria, when present. Once the cuticle and nail fold heal themselves, the nail plate will regain its smooth surface.
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An Atlas of Diseases of the Nail (The Encyclopedia of Visual Medicine Series) by Phoebe Rich, Richard K. Scher