Topic : paronychia

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Under the Microscope: Paronychia

January 6, 2012  | Article

Paronychia is an infection that occurs when there is breakdown in the seal between the skin and the nail plate.

Keywords: nail diseases   paronychia  

paronychia

December 17, 2010  | Encyclopedia

Paronychia is a bacterial inflammation of the tissue around the nail; the symptoms are redness, swelling, and tenderness of the tissue surrounding the nail.

Keywords: nail diseases   paronychia  

On My Mind: Fear Factor Doesn't Fly With Us

February 1, 2010  | Article

Risé Carter of NSI, Doug Schoon of CND, Paul Bryson of OPI, and numerous other manufacturers and nail techs have sent letters to Dr. Oz. I encourage you to do the same. Go watch the video and then click on the Contact Us link at the bottom of the page.

Keywords: acetone/removal products   chemical safety   Doug Schoon   industry research   nail biting  

The Nail Doctor: Some Clients Shouldn’t Wear Acrylics

December 1, 1992  | Article

I allow most patients I treat for nail disorders to keep their acrylics while undergoing therapy unless wearing them would be detrimental to their recovery.

Keywords: allergic reactions   circulation disorders   paronychia   psoriasis   special needs clients  

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