By Robert Baran, Dimitris Rigopoulos
Nails are a huge part of dermatology and of common perform, on account that they seem to be a popular a part of a patient’s photograph projected to the area. As such, dermatologists and people in kin perform no longer totally brand new with many of the innovations on hand will welcome this succinct source to offer tips on every kind of remedy. This reference consultant from foreign specialists covers either the diseased and the injured nail and either clinical and surgical thoughts, utilizing a hugely visible kind to show the suitable details at a glance.
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12 SO emerging from under PNF. 13 Acute SO. Source: Courtesy of C Gianni (Italy). 14 Superficial white transverse onychomycosis. 15 SO with deep invasion. 16 Endonyx onychomycosis. 17 TDO secondary to other forms. ” HOW TO COLLECT THE SAMPLES The site of specimen sampling depends on the clinical type of onychomycosis. Separate samples should be obtained from fingernails and toenails. Unfortunately, isolation of a fungus from a nail sample does not necessarily indicate onychomycosis. The clinician should always bear in mind that some fungi, such as yeasts and most nondermatophytic molds, are nail saprophytes rather than pathogens.
Laser treatment ● CO 2 ● Pulsed dye laser ● Er:YAG 3. Photodynamic therapy (PDT) 4. Electrocautery 5. Surgery 1. 8°F) can be applied with a cotton swab or with a cryotherapy gun. An aerosol spray with adapter freeze at −70°C (−94°F) is also available as an OTC in some countries and self-used by the patients with variable results. It is not considered as first-line treatment for young children, as it is rather painful. In the case of periungual hyperkeratotic warts, these should be pared off before freezing, in order to permit deeper tissue freezing.
Inflammation causes separation of the nail plate from the nail fold. On the other hand, onycholysis is commonly observed in chronic paronychia due to trauma irritants or allergens, thus it may precede Pseudomonas infection. GREEN CHROMONYCHIA Remember At the present time it is no longer believed that Candida spp. or Aspergillus spp. are responsible for the green hue. The color of green chromonychia (Fig. 1) is due to pyocyanin (a virulent factor produced by Pseudomonas) pigment staining the nail plate.
Nail therapies by Robert Baran, Dimitris Rigopoulos