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Nail avulsion

Nail avulsion: Introduction

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 too much damage to the base of the nail attachment. Nail avulsion often results from a traumatic injury such as slamming a door on the finger or dropping something heavy on a toe. ...more »

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