Paronychia (American Academy of Family Physicians)
... an infection. An ingrown toenail can also cause paronychia.
Chronicparonychia can occur when nails are exposed to water ... periods of time are at higher risk for chronicparonychia. These may include bartenders, dishwashers, food handlers or ...
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... days, and it only rarely happens repeatedly. ChronicparonychiaChronicparonychia is a gradual process and much more difficult ... for the nails to grow back to normal. Chronicparonychia is due to skin irritation that becomes infected. ...
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... caused by herpes, a type of viral infection. Chronicparonychia occurs most often in people whose hands are ... that are irritating to the skin. People with chronicparonychia may have periodic, painful flare-ups. This type ...
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... nail, or lancing the area, is required also. Chronicparonychia is caused by fungus, and the cuticle area ... a bacterial infection. Prolonged treatment is common with chronicparonychia. Acrylic nails are known to harbor a variety ...
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... therapy, and chemotherapy increase the risk of cutaneous candidiasis. Candida can also cause infections of the nails (onychomycosis), at the edge of the nails (paronychia), and at the corners of the mouth (angular ...
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