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ungual

 [ung´gwal]
pertaining to the nails.

un·gual

(ŭng'gwăl),
Relating to a nail or the nails.
Synonym(s): unguinal
[L. unguis, nail]

ungual

(ŭng′gwəl)
adj.
1. Of, resembling, or bearing a hoof, nail, or claw.
2. Of or relating to fingernails or toenails.

un·gual

(ŭng'gwăl)
Relating to a nail or the nails.
Synonym(s): unguinal.
[L. unguis, nail]

ungual

Pertaining to a fingernail or toenail. Subungual means ‘under a nail’.
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The need for excision of both the para ungual regions is to attain equal healing on both sides and hence uniform growth of nail (As compared with the normal nail) an utmost cosmetic necessity specially for female patients.
Hypopigmented macules, ungual fibromas, and shagreen patch found in this case had been neglected for a long time, causing the delay of diagnosis.
Young people identified for the first time at this age may present for a range of reasons, including skin concerns, epilepsy or epilepsy control, learning-related problems, emerging mental health problems, or increasing challenging behaviours in those with intellectual disability * Ungual fibromas (on the fingers or toes) may present at this age (Fig.
millsi has 4 inner ungual teeth and the dorsal tooth is inserted at the level of the basal inner teeth, whereas the new species carries 3 inner teeth and the dorsal tooth is inserted near the base of the unguis.
Such anatomical landmarks as cranial sutures, osseous angles and edges, muscle origins and insertions, and obvious landmarks as the tip of nose, apex of the auricle, palpebral junctions, ungual corners, dermal boundary layers, etc.
Hyperkeratotic plaques with associated erythema and scale present in a symmetric acral distribution and spread centripetally, accompanied by nail changes, including onycholysis and ungual dystrophy [3-5].
The claws, basally open on the pes, are inconspicuous and dorsally covered by several whitish or darker ungual hairs slightly surpassing their apices.
The deep, blade-like ungual phalanges and robust pectoral girdle suggest that Teraterpeton hrynewichorum was a burrower (which may well account for the excellent, articulated preservation of the holotype).