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Ram’s Horn Nails

Ram’s horn nails are a type of historical nail that were used in construction and carpentry prior to the widespread availability of modern, mass-produced nails. They were named after their distinctive shape, which resembles the curved horns of a ram. Read More >>>>


Onychogryphosis, also known as ram’s horn nails or claw nails, is a condition in which the nails of the fingers and toes become thickened and curled, resembling the hooves of a ram. The nails can become distorted in shape, becoming Read More >>>>

Unguis Incarnatus

Unguis incarnatus” is a Latin term that translates to “incarnate nail” in English. The term refers to the phenomenon of an ingrown toenail, which occurs when the nail grows into the surrounding skin instead of over it. This can cause Read More >>>>

Ingrown Nail

An ingrown nail is a condition in which the nail grows into the flesh surrounding the nail, causing pain, redness, and swelling. This condition is most commonly seen in the toes, but it can also occur in the fingers. An Read More >>>>


Onychocryptosis, also known as ingrown toenail, is a common condition in which the corner or side of the toenail grows into the soft tissue of the toe, causing pain, inflammation, and sometimes an infection. It is a painful condition that Read More >>>>


Onychoatrophy refers to a pathological condition affecting the nails, characterized by changes in their structure and appearance, including thinning, brittleness, fragility, deformities, and discoloration. This condition can affect one or multiple nails on the hands or feet, and it is Read More >>>>


Onychauxis is a medical term used to describe thickening of the nails, also known as hypertrophy of the nails. This condition is characterized by an increase in the width and/or length of the nails, which can become abnormally thick and Read More >>>>

Noncicatricial Alopecia

Noncicatricial alopecia refers to a type of hair loss that is not caused by scarring or destruction of the hair follicle. Unlike cicatricial alopecia, which is characterized by permanent hair loss due to damage to the hair follicles, noncicatricial alopecia Read More >>>>

Nevoid Hypertrichosis

Nevoid hypertrichosis is a medical condition characterized by excessive hair growth in a localized area of the body that is not influenced by hormones or androgens. This condition can affect individuals of any age and gender, although it is more Read More >>>>

Neoplasms of the Nailbed

Neoplasms of the nailbed, also known as subungual tumors, are growths that occur under or on the nailbed. They can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous) and can cause a variety of symptoms, including pain, swelling, and changes in the Read More >>>>

HOOD Syndrome

HOOD syndrome is a rare and complex medical condition that has not been widely recognized or studied. As a result, there is limited information available on this syndrome, and its exact definition and symptoms can vary from person to person. Read More >>>>

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