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Ingrown fingernail

Ingrown fingernail: Related Topics

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Ingrown fingernail as a Disease

Ingrown fingernail: Type of or association with medical condition Ingrown nails.
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Ingrown fingernail: Related Diseases

Ingrown fingernail: Ingrown fingernail is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Ingrown fingernail as a subtype of Ingrown nails

Ingrown nails (medical condition): Inward growth of finger-nails or toe-nails.

Ingrown nails (medical condition): A condition where an edge of a finger-nail or toe-nail grows into, or pushes against, the skin causing irritation and inflammation. It may be caused by ill-fitting shoes or incorrect clipping of the nails. Age, lung disease and poor peripheral circulation can also cause the nails to curve inwards and hence increase the likelihood of ingrown nails.

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