perionyx

per·i·on·yx

(per-ē-on'iks), [TA]
Remnant of the eponychium remaining in the narrow fold overlapping the proximal part of the lunula found beginning in the eighth month of fetal development and remaining throughout life.
[peri- + G. onyx, nail]
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perionyx

(pĕr″ē-ō′nĭks) [″ + onyx, nail]
The remnant of the eponychium that persists as a band across the root of the nail.
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