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onychia

 [o-nik´e-ah]
inflammation of the nail bed, resulting in loss of the nail.

o·nych·i·a

(ō-nik'ē-ă),
Inflammation of the matrix of the nail.
[onycho- + G. -ia, condition]

onychia

/onych·ia/ (o-nik´e-ah) inflammation of the nail bed, resulting in loss of the nail.

onychia

[ōnik′ē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, onyx, nail
inflammation of the nailbed. Compare paronychia.

o·nych·i·a

(ō-nik'ē-ă)
Inflammation of the matrix of the nail.
Synonym(s): onychitis.
[onycho- + G. -ia, condition]

onychia

Inflammation of the growing area (matrix) of the nail. This inevitably results in loss of the nail.

onychia

inflammation of the nail or claw bed, resulting in loss of the nail or claw.
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