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Toenail loss

Introduction: Toenail loss

Description of Toenail loss

Toenail loss (medical condition): A removal of the whole or part of the nail from the bed. The nail can grow back even if it is completely removed as long as there is not ...more

Toenail loss: See also:

Nail avulsion:
  »Introduction: Nail avulsion
  »Symptoms of Nail avulsion

Toenail loss: Related Topics

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Toenail loss as a Disease

Toenail loss: Another name for Nail avulsion (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Nail avulsion
  »Symptoms of Nail avulsion

Toenail loss: Related Diseases

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

Symptoms of Toenail loss (Nail avulsion)

Some of the symptoms of Toenail loss incude:

  • Pain
  • Lifting of the nail from the nail bed

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