Nail

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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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Of the 200 cases with clinical onychomycosis, fingernails were affected in 120 (60%), toenails in 72 (36%), and both fingernails and toenails in 8 (4%) cases.
Meanwhile, Lamisil tablets totally cured toenail fungus problems in 38% of patients in a separate study, according to the drug's label.
Adverse events, similar between treatment arms, were mostly mild to moderate and localized, with dermatitis, vesicles, pain, and ingrown toenails the most commonly reported effects.
Ingrown toenails are painful conditions that especially affect young people and may become chronic if not treated.
Persons who bought the product have been providing feedback on what they think about the new toenail clippers.
The toenail clippers have a side cutting action for ease of use and to provide a clean cut on even the toughest nails.
Toenail samples were obtained from both cohorts between 1982 and 1983, and 1986 and 1987 respectively.
RESULTS: An interquartile range increase in toenail arsenic was associated with higher systolic BP [0.
Toenail Ca concentrations also decreased significantly with age in men (r - -0.
The clinical diagnosis of this tumor was epithelized granulation tissue caused by ingrown toenail, however squamous cell carcinoma was not denied completely.