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2,679 Possible Causes for Herrington, CLAM, fingernail

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  • Milium

    Pisidium milium is a species of very small freshwater bivalve in the family Sphaeriidae, the fingernail clams and pea clams.[diki.pl] Pisidium milium is a species of very small freshwater bivalve in the family Sphaeriidae, the fingernail clams and pea clams.[diki.pl]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Anodontia

    Symptoms of these hereditary conditions include: alopecia lack of sweat glands cleft lip or palate missing fingernails In rare cases, anodontia occurs without ectodermal dysplasia[healthline.com] Mangrove mud (substrate) was also analyzed for total sulfur content to establish the possibility of clam-bacteria symbiosis in this lucinid clam.[repository.seafdec.org.ph] […] non-syndrome case of concomitant multiple supernumerary teeth and partial anodontia. ( 11314218 ) Sharma A. 2001 25 Oxygen, sulphide and nutrient uptake of the mangrove mud clam[malacards.org]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Whitlow

    For infection at the side or base of the fingernail, see paronychia . For other uses, see whitlow (disambiguation) .[en.wikipedia.org] Price Sandwiches* 11AM - NOON * (DINE-IN ONLY; EXCLUDES SEAFOOD) All You Can Seafood Buffet Snow Crab Legs, Fried Shrimp, Mac & Cheese, Corn on the Cob, Hush Puppies, & Clam[whitlows.com] Whitlow is usually a small area of your skin near the fingernail/toenail that is pus-filled, red and inflamed. It is and infection caused by the herpes simplex virus.[healthandlovepage.com]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Potassium Permanganate

    Use nail varnish or by apply soft paraffin to fingernails and toenails before treatment.[dermnetnz.org] According to the Environmental Protection Agency, juvenile Asiatic clams can be controlled at a potassium permanganate concentration of 1.1 to 4.8 mg/L.[sciencing.com] In some bodies of water, there are organisms whose population has grown rapidly and out of control, namely Asiatic clams and zebra mussels.[study.com]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Insect Bite

    Scrape it out sideways with something with a hard edge, such as a bank card, or your fingernails if you don't have anything else to hand.[nhs.uk] See a doctor if a bite or sting does not improve after a few days or if the area shows signs of infection (usually caused by scratching with dirty fingernails), including[besthealthmag.ca] A fingernail, pen cap, or other object may be used. For severe itching, an oral antihistamine such as Benadryl is recommended (for children 1 yr old).[jeffersandmann.com]

    Missing: Herrington CLAM
  • Foreign Body

    For slivers under a fingernail, sometimes a wedge of the nail must be cut away with fine scissors to expose the end of the sliver.[healthychildren.org] OBJECTIVE: To report the removal of an ingested clam shell that was firmly impacted in the esophagus.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] frequently encountered clinical entity that is often associated with trauma, in most cases a superficial laceration of the corneal epithelium and Bowman’s membrane by a fingernail[reviewofoptometry.com]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Poisoning

    Skin problems include transverse white bands on the fingernails (mees’ lines) and excessive accumulation of fluid in the soft layers of tissue below the skin (edema).[rarediseases.org] Dungeness crab, because they feed on razor clams and other shellfish, can also become toxic.[doh.wa.gov] Aside from fever and gastrointestinal complaints, symptoms include muscle pain , facial swelling, and bleeding around the eyes and under the fingernails.[medicinenet.com]

    Missing: Herrington
  • Frostbite

    Do not wash hands, face, or feet frequently under extreme cold conditions; weather-beaten skin is more resistant to frostbite Keep toenails and fingernails trimmed Do not[emedicine.medscape.com] Article Sources Markenson D, Ferguson JD, Chameides L, Cassan P, Chung K-L, Epstein J, Gonzales L, Herrington RA, Pellegrino JL, Ratcliff N, Singer A.[firstaid.about.com] Long-term sequelae include the following: Cold sensitivity Paresthesias and sensory deficits Peeling or cracking skin Loss of fingernails or toenails Hyperhidrosis or anhidrosis[emedicine.medscape.com]

    Missing: CLAM
  • Esmolol

    […] arms, legs, or lower back, especially pain in calves and/or heels upon exertion pale, bluish-colored, or cold hands or feet weak or absent pulses in legs Rare Blue lips and fingernails[mayoclinic.org] Helfman SM, Gold MI, DeLisser EA, Herrington CA (1991) Which drug prevents tachycardia and hypertension associated with tracheal intubation: lidocaine, fentanyl or esmolol[link.springer.com] Overdose symptoms: Discontinue administration if the following symptoms occur: bradycardia, severe dizziness or drowsiness, dyspnea, bluish-colored fingernails or palms of[robholland.com]

    Missing: CLAM
  • Skin Infection

    Paronychia A skin infection around a fingernail or toenail.[massgeneral.org] Nail infection: a fungal infection of the fingernails or toenails. The nails become thick, yellow or white in color and are more prone to crack or break.[gethealthystayhealthy.com] Fungal Nail Infections A fungal nail infection occurs when a fungus attacks a fingernail, a toenail, or the skin under the nail, called the nail bed.[webmd.com]

    Missing: Herrington CLAM