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737 Possible Causes for Distal V-Shaped Notching, Nail Deformity

  • Congenital Leukonychia

    […] nicking of nails v-shaped nick at free margin Darier Disease Alternating longitudinal red and white streaks wedge-shaped sublingual hyperkeratosis V-shaped notching of the[] Pincer nail deformity is a transverse over-curvature of the nail plate.[] (From Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology) Other similar posts Clubbing In medicine, nail clubbing (also known as drumstick fingers and watch-glass nails[]

  • Paronychia

    […] since nail deformity may result; - curretting may result in full thickness loss of matrix in that area which result in very severe nail bed deformity if left untreated; -[] Paronychia symptoms include: swelling, tenderness, and redness around the nail puss-filled abscesses hardening of the nail deformation or damage to the nail the nail separating[] […] bed, or sterile matrix, will interfere w/ nail bed being able to adhere and will subsequently cause onycholysis; - onycholysis can result in any number of deformities that[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Onychomycosis

    Onychomycosis is fungal infection of the nail plate, nail bed, or both. The nails typically are deformed and discolored white or yellow.[] […] injuries Deformed nail or nail disease Moist skin for a long time Immune system problems Family history Wear footwear that does not allow air to reach your feet Symptoms[] […] delay in seeking care, the nail deformity usually progresses and may lead to disfigurement and pain.[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Onychia

    deformity.[] Later: disease, especially inflammation or infection, of the nail matrix, resulting in deformity or loss of the nail plate. Origin Early 19th century.[] Nail Biting Another nail disorder that causes nail deformities is onychophagia , or nail biting.[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Congenital Onychodysplasia

    […] nicking of nails v-shaped nick at free margin Darier Disease Alternating longitudinal red and white streaks wedge-shaped sublingual hyperkeratosis V-shaped notching of the[] We report a case of a COIF presenting as a congenital bifid nail deformity with underlying bone deformity.[] deformities on both index fingers and the left second toe.[]

  • Subungual Hematoma

    I have read that sometimes crush injuries result in permanent nail deformity.[] Patients must be warned that onycholysis, transient and permanent nail deformity, and infection are possible complications, even with the best treatment.[] -Permanent nail deformity -Infection -Burn to the nail bed causing damage -Numbness/Functional deficits Is the nail plate innervated? What vascular supplies the nail?[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Subungual Fibroma

    Nail plate is intact. Nail overcurvature and subungual clavus may be present. Type II or moderate deformity: exostosis is distal to the nail plate.[] Patient #1 is a 59-year-old woman with a 20-year history of nail deformity affecting the second left finger, characterized by painful central linear subungual hyperkeratosis[] Onychocryptosis (nail plate deformity due to other causes) Onychodystrophy (nail plate deformity due to other causes) Malformation of the nail plate Anonychia (nail plate[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Nail Bed Injury

    Nail Bed Injury Associated Injuries / Differential Diagnosis Distal phalanx (tuft) fracture Subungal hematoma Nail Bed Injury Complications Nail deformity Nail absence Nail[] The deformed finger nail, a frequent result of failure to repair nail bed injuries.[] […] bed loss Nail bed is very essential for the growth of the nail and in its absence the nail cannot be adherent and can be deformed.[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Nail-Patella Syndrome

    Nail Patella Syndrome can usually be diagnosed with the naked eye, because there are obvious bone structure and nail deformalities.[] Nail-Patella Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that often results in deformities of the kneecaps, thumb and finger nails, elbows, pelvis, and ankles.[] , elbow deformities, congenital nephropathy cervical ribs and eye problems.[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching
  • Onycholysis

    […] pitting and nail deformity. (3) Traumatic dermatosis has not been reported in dentistry.[] Nails deformed, painful, sore, thick and crippled. Nails thick, rough ingrown. Cracks and fissures are seen on tip of fingers.[] In fact, nearly 50 percent of all nail deformities are caused by a fungal infection. When the fungal infection causes inflammation or swelling, the nail lifts away.[]

    Missing: Distal V-Shaped Notching

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