Pathological classification of nails refers to categorizing nail conditions or abnormalities based on their underlying causes or characteristics. Some common pathological classifications include onychomycosis (fungal infection), onycholysis (separation of the nail from the nail bed), paronychia (infection of the nail folds), Beau’s lines (horizontal depressions in the nail), koilonychia (spoon-shaped nails), and pitting (small depressions or dents in the nail surface).
Yellow Nail Syndrome is a condition that extends beyond its visible symptoms, often presenting challenges in diagnosis and management due to its rarity and diverse
Hidden beneath the surface of your nails lies a condition that, while often benign, can cause discomfort and concern. Subungual hematoma, a medical term that
Paronychia, a seemingly small yet highly uncomfortable nail condition, can disrupt your daily life and leave you searching for relief. Whether it’s acute or chronic,
Diseased nails refer to various nail conditions and infections that affect the health and appearance of nails. These conditions can include fungal infections, psoriasis, onychomycosis,
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Pathological Nails Facts
An correct diagnosis frequently requires a pathologic examination. This calls for a properly conducted biopsy by the dermatologist, careful handling of the material in the pathology lab, and a pathologist well-versed in the various nail diseases.