Endonyx onychomycosis: Introduction
Endonyx onychomycosis: A fungal infection of the nail that tends to predominantly cause a white discoloration of the nail. There tends to be no damage to the nail apart from the discoloration and there is no damage to the nail bed.
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causes, and treatments of Endonyx onychomycosis is available below.
Symptoms of Endonyx onychomycosis
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Treatments for Endonyx onychomycosis
- The condition is very difficult to treat as the infection is located between the nail and the nail bed and is thus difficult to access. The condition may take months or longer to resolve
- Systemic antifungal medication - terbinafine, itraconazole
- Topical antifungal agents - ciclopirox, amorolfine
- Surgical removal of nail - use of antifungal medications is also required
- Chemical removal of nail - use of antifungal medications is also required
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Causes of Endonyx onychomycosis
- Predisposing factors include:
- Increased age
- Suppressed or weakened immune system
- Poor general health
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