fingernail


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the nail at the end of a finger

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23 which was 62% were fingernail and 34% were toenails and 4% were both fingernails and toenails.
After confirmation of accidental traumatic fingernail induced corneal abrasion, Moxifloxacin eye drops were prescribed to be instilled in day time; % hourly for 6 hrs.
HUMIRA is now claimed to be the first-and-only biologic treatment with data on fingernail psoriasis in its US prescribing information.
Some of the decorative silver fingernails stolen in the Jewellery Quarter raid
Fingernail clipping is a necessary activity for people because nails are one of the few parts of the human body that constantly grows.
The copper wrap has the result of creating a mar that is generally similar in appearance to one created by a fingernail when viewed under magnification.
Sure, fingernails can be a blessing if you get an itch that needs scratching.
Still, after growing his fingernails for 15 years, Feng's longest one reaches an impressive 20.
Jemma Burns found a yellow fingernail (circled) in a breakfast porridge she bought from a McDonald's in Coventry city centre.
In the nail root, cells that make up your fingernail multiply.
The white part of your fingernail is called the lunula.
Nailene's Total Match fingernail and toenail kits are for a co-ordinated polished look for fingers and toes.
Knitting needles, along with fingernail clippers, small scissors, some small tools and other previously banned items once again are allowed on board commercial airplanes in carry-on luggage.
Early on, a DNA sample found under a victim's fingernail targets recently released sexual predator Charlie Pope as the killer.
The usual dosage is 250 mg/day for 90 days for toenail infections and 250 mg/day for 6 weeks for fingernail infections.