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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

/un·gual/ (ung´gwal) pertaining to the nails.

ungual

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

ungual

[ung′gwəl]
pertaining to the fingernails.

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’.

ungual

relating to nails

ungual

pertaining to the nails, claws or hooves.

ungual crest
a crescent-shaped process on the distal phalanx, encircling the corium of the nail or claw, best developed in cats.
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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.
The distribution of these character states outside that clade is poorly documented, because of both the inadequate preservation of known manus and pedes for many taxa and the difficulty of determining whether a small ungual bore a claw.
1998) Criteria Age at Onset Major Facial angiofibroma Infancy to adulthood Ungual fibroma Adolescence to adulthood Shagreen patch Childhood Hypomelanotic macule Infancy to childhood Cortical tuber Fetal life Subependymal nodule Childhood to adolescence Subependymal giant Childhood to adolescence cell tumor Retinal hamartoma Infancy Cardiac rhabdomyoma Fetal life Renal angiomyolipoma Childhood to adulthood Lymphangioleiomyomatosis Adolescence to adulthood Minor Multiple pits in dental enamel Hamartomatous rectal polyps Bone cysts Cerebral white-matter radial migration lines Gingival fibromas Nonrenal hamartoma Retinal achromic patch "Confetti" skin lesions Multiple renal cysts Note.
The topics include the permeability of the nail plate, approaches to enhancing ungual and trans-ungual drug delivery, hydration-controlled nail system for evaluating topical formulations and a novel nail sampling device, trans-ungual iontophoresis and physical drug delivery enhancement, the pharmacokinetics of drugs in the nail apparatus, and the photodynamic therapy of nail diseases.
This tumor is a rare, distinctive soft tissue tumor with a predilection for the ungual region of the fingers and toes inmiddle-aged adults.
Ungual and peri- ungual fibromas and hypomelanotic macules may be observed.
Major criteria include facial angiofibromas or forehead plaque, nontraumatic ungual fibroma, three or more hypomelanotic macules, shagreen patch (most commonly on the torso and chest), multiple retinal nodular hamartomas, cortical tuber, subependymal nodule, subependymal giant cell astrocytoma, single or multiple cardiac rhabdomyoma, renal angiomyolipoma, and pulmonary lymphangiomyomatosis, said Dr.
On postoperative physical examination there were ungual fibroma and hypopigmented maculae (formerly known as ash-leaf spots) on the skin of her toes.
Some yeasts, such as Candida [1,4,5,7-9], Trichosporon [10] and Malassezia [11] species, are also able to cause ungual infection, invading the ungual folds and the ungual bed, as well as the ungual sheet.