Operation with ingrown nails
Author: Surgeon Denisov M.М.
The ingrown nail is a fairly common pathology that occurs in outpatient surgical practice, which requires immediate surgical care. Most often, the cause of the development of this condition is injury, tight and not properly selected shoes. Removal of an ingrown nail is not a guarantee that this problem will not happen again. Many people do not know how to remove an ingrown nail .
In view of the fact that the nasoliform lamina is inserted into the thickness of the tissues of the peri-lateral ridge, the inflammation develops. The patient complains of soreness, purulent discharge in this area. Conservative therapy, that is, treatment without the use of surgical methods, consists in wearing comfortable, loose shoes, daily hygienic care for your feet (washing in warm water with soap, using clean sock). It is possible to circumcise the free edge of the nail in the home at a flat line, that is, "on a ruler". If there are granulations, then they can be burned with lapis. But in the event that the ingrowth does not stop, the clinical symptomatology grows, then it is necessary to resort to surgical treatment. Do not confuse with the treatment of the subungual panarium .
Before the operation, it is important to conduct hygienic measures aimed at cleansing the skin of the foot. For this at home, you need to hold warm baths with potassium permanganate. After carrying out water procedures, the feet must be thoroughly dried, and the finger with the ingrown toenail should be rubbed with alcohol and applied to it with an aseptic bandage.
Operative intervention is performed under local anesthesia. If a relatively small area of the nail grows, the nail plate is removed in the longitudinal direction. The removed part of the nail is seized with a special clamp and dislocated. Perform an examination of the nail bed. If necessary, overlap seams.
If the majority of the nail grows, then the entire nail plate is removed. The applied seams are removed after 8 days.
Danielle Hawkins: Me @ 8 PM: I’m going to get to bed at a decent time so I can be up early and have a productive day. Me @ 1:30 AM: *watches Toe Bro videos*
Sam Min: I had this procedure but with no painkillers, the doctor gave me a rolled up cloth to bite on, he didn't get it right the first time so I had to go through that three times (1/3 of my toenail is gone)....I made sure my nails were properly trimmed after that (I was 14).
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author: doctor Zhilyuk V.Yu.
The simplest ways to get a bruised nail is to drop a heavy object on your leg, stumble over something hard, pinch your finger in the doorway. You can step on the foot, you can unsuccessfully attach to the ball, playing football.
Symptoms of a nail injury.
Author: Surgeon Denisov M.М.
This type of panarity is characterized by localization under the nail plate, while it is located either limited or exfoliates the entire nail.
author: doctor Ambrosova I.A.
A bruised nail on the arm is a nuisance that almost every one of us can face in everyday life. Such a trauma can be obtained by pricking the nail with doors or pressing it with something heavy. There are many situations in which there is a chance of injury, and all of them are simply not really enumerated, just like preventing the probability of injury by one hundred percent. That's why you need to know the methods of first aid to a damaged nail for its quick and painless recovery.
author: doctor Kamneva A.N.
Each of us during the life though time received an easy trauma of fingers of legs or foots. Pinches and bruises of the fingers, the falling heavy and not very objects on them are not so rare. The most offensive consequence of such injuries is the appearance of a bruise under the fingernail, which is not at all pleasing, and at times scares the eye.