an external body part that projects from the body
DESCRIBE A HEALTHY NAIL
translucent, shows pink of nail bed, nail is white, porous, horny layer, composed of keratin
WHAT IS THE TECHNICAL TERM FOR NAIL
portion of the skin on which the nail plate rests
nail root, where nail is formed
Nail body that rests on nail bed
Cuticle, eponychium and hyponychium
part of the nail plate that extends over the tip of the finger or toe
crescent of toughened skin around the base of the nail
extension of the cuticle at the base of the nail body that partly overlaps the lunula
thickened skin under the free edge of the nail
deep fold of skin in which matrix is lodged
discolored nail caused by poor circulation
Noticeably thin, white nail plate that is more flexible than normal.
depressions in the nail length or cross wise
hangnail, split dry cuticle
atrophy or wasting away of the nail
hypertrophy, overgrowth of the nail
forward growth of the eponychium
increased crosswise curvature
Pincer nail,nail plate curves around to form the shape of a trumpet or cone
naturally occuring bacteria trapped between an aritificial nail and nail plate
Technical term for any nail deformity or disease
inflammation of the matrix
technical term for nail
thickening and increased lengthwise curvature of the nail
loosening of the nail
separation and falling off of nail
horny growth of nail epithelium
bacterial infection and inflammation of tissue surrounding the nail
severe inflamation of the nail, lump of red tissue grows up from nail bed to plate
ringworm, vegetable parasite
ringworm of the foot
onychomycosis, ringworm of the nail
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