subungual


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sub·un·gual

, subunguial (sŭb-ŭng'gwăl, sŭb-ŭng'gwi-ăl),
Beneath the finger or toe nail.
Synonym(s): hyponychial (1)
[L. unguis, nail]

subungual

/sub·un·gual/ (sub-ung´gwal) beneath a nail.

subungual

[səbung′gwəl]
Etymology: L, sub + unguis, nail
beneath a fingernail or toenail.

sub·un·gual

, subunguial (sŭb-ŭng'gwăl, -gwē-ăl)
Beneath the finger or toe nail.
Synonym(s): hyponychial (1) .
[L. unguis, nail]

subungual

Under a nail.

subungual

soft tissues immediately underlying the nail plate

subungual

beneath a nail or claw.
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Lichen planus of the nails may ultimately lead to complete nail atrophy and it sometimes manifests itself as 20 nail dystrophy 8 Pityriasis rubra is a rare disabling skin disease which has an effect on the nails which is thickened and there is onycholysis with severe subungual hyperkeratosis and nail splintering.
It can have four major types of clinical presentations: distal subungual (DLSO), the most common form of the disease; proximal subungual (PSO), the most common form found in patients with human immunodeficiency virus infection; superficial white (SWO); and total dystrophic onychomycosis (TDO).
Physical examination revealed a red subungual mass with crust on top and onycholysis [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]b.
2) Distal lateral subungual onychomycosis is the most common clinical pattern of onychomycosis.
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He had acute gastroenteritis with hypovolaemic shock, a lower respiratory tract infection, septicaemia, pyogenic myositis of his left thigh, and subungual abscesses of both thumbs caused by methicillin-sensitive Staphylococcus aureus.
Topical therapies are advised only for superficial white onychomycosis and early distal lateral subungual onychomycosis (Br J Dermatol.
In pseudo (apparent) leuconychia, there is involvement of subungual tissue due to onycholysis or subungual hyperkeratosis or pathology of matrix or nailbed instead of nailplate2.
According to the company, Jublia (efinaconazole 10% topical solution) is the first topical triazole antifungal agent developed for distal lateral subungual onychomycosis (DLSO).
Periungual and subungual warts caused by high-risk HPV subtypes pose a risk for malignant transformation [1].