Ingrown-Toenail-Treatment [ May see You Tube Surgery display ]

Ingrown-Toenail-Treatment [ May see You Tube Surgery display ]

Ingrown-Toenail-Treatment [ May see You Tube Surgery display ]

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I was Suffering form a minor problem of unable to cut my toenail , later it turned in to infection, and now need a surgical extraction of my toenail , The surgeon call this as Ingrown Toenails

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Lets Know a bit abt some information of this Ingrown toenail here :

Ingrown toenail is a common problem resulting from various etiologies including improperly trimmed nails, hyperhidrosis, and poorly fitting shoes. Patients commonly present with pain in the affected nail but with progression, drainage, infection, and difficulty walking occur. Excision of the lateral nail plate combined with lateral matricectomy is thought to provide the best chance for eradication. The lateral aspect of the nail plate is removed with preservation of the remaining healthy nail plate. Electrocautery ablation is then used to destroy the exposed nail-forming matrix, creating a new lateral nail fold. Complications of the procedure include regrowth of a nail spicule secondary to incomplete matricectomy and postoperative nail bed infection. When performed correctly, the procedure produces the greatest success in the treatment of ingrown nails. Basic soft tissue surgery and electrosurgery experience are prerequisites for learning the technique.
Ingrown toenail, or onychocryptosis, is a commonly encountered problem in family practice. Patients usually present with pain in the affected nail but with progression, drainage, infection, and difficulty walking occur. Most patients present with ingrown toenail during the second and third decades of life, but teenagers often develop ingrown toenails after tearing the corners of their toenails.
Possible causes of ingrown toenails include improperly trimmed nails, hyperhidrosis, poorly fitting footwear, trauma, subungual neoplasms, obesity, or excessive external pressure. These alterations cause the nail to improperly fit into the lateral nail groove, producing edema and inflammation of the lateral nail fold.
Stage 1 ingrown toenails are characterized by erythema, slight edema, and pain with pressure to the lateral nail fold. Stage 2 is marked by increased symptoms, drainage, and infection. Stage 3 ingrown toenails display magnified symptoms, granulation tissue, and lateral nail-fold hypertrophy.
Many physicians advocate conservative management for stage 1 ingrown toenails, including warm soaks, cotton-wick elevation of the affected nail corner, or antibiotic therapy in the presence of infection (Table 1). Simple, partial nail avulsion has been tried for stage 2 nails but is successful in eradicating the condition in only 30 percent of patients. Stage 3 ingrown toenails can develop from a laterally pointing spicule of nail beneath the nail fold. Excision of the lateral nail plate combined with lateral matricectomy is believed to provide the best chance for eradication. In the treatment of stage 3 toenails, the associated granulation tissue and lateral wall hypertrophy also should be removed.
I was a Patient of Heart daises MI, and I have a Stinting done in Dec 2009.
Now doctor asked me to do the following Pathological test before the procedure

1.Hemogram
2.Blood suger Random
3.serum creatinine
4.Glaycated Haremoglobin [HBAIC]
5.Urine Anslysis R/M/E
6.X-Ray Chest –P/A View [Digital]
7.ECG-12 Lead

What a Pain , just a small Nail can cause so much of risk , never know it, I post all these information and Link attached to read viewers and learn abt this , As a Parents
We must know what is this, ad we should have a Home care to our child, And Another reason , to let you know, I am sick and may not be so active like before for a couple of days , and need your Blessings too,

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Dhaka, BANGLADESH

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