Nail beds

Nail beds

The underlying connective tissue that nourishes the finger and toenails.
Mentioned in: Lymphedema
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He added: "I'm a little bit of a connoisseur and a fetishist look at your long rectangular nail beds that are so glorious."
Gently rub the paste all over your feet, including the nail beds and sides of the toe.
If the dog has a generalized infection, with sites throughout the body, or a deep infection involving the nail beds, your veterinarian may opt for an oral medication to treat the entire body.
The bilateral first toenails also showed disappearing nail beds. All of these findings were consistent with an onychomadesis diagnosis.
Several autoimmune diseases may affect a dog's nail beds. Lupus or pemphigus foliaceus are among the more prevalent autoimmune diseases.
Harley Mae Cook, of Wrekenton, Gateshead, was left bleeding from her nail beds after using nail varnish supplied with the My Little Pony toy.
3 PALE NAIL BEDS NORMALLY if you press gently on your fingernails they turn white, and then go pink again when you release the pressure.
The swellings had resolved totally within two days and then the patient started to notice the separation of all fingernail plates from nail beds.
Detect signs of health problems on your nails White nails can be caused by liver problems; Half pink and half white nails are sign of kidney disease; Yellow and thicken nail with slowed growth rate speaks about lung disease; Pale nail beds can be an early symptom for anemia.
Swipe on a base coat to prevent air bubbles and chipping, or smooth out uneven nail beds with a ridge filler.
Objective: Clinical findings such as pallor of the conjunctivae, nail beds, lips, oral mucosa and palmar creases have been used by physicians in the diagnosis of anaemia.