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1. Partial nail avulsion and matricectomy for ingrown toenails

, Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo R, Losa Iglesias ME, Cordoba-Diaz M. Effectiveness of standard lavage with supplemental chlorhexidine in patients undergoing chemical matricectomy for ingrown toenails: A clinical trial. . Eekhof JA, Van Wijk B, Knuistingh Neven A, van der Wouden JC. Interventions for ingrowing toenails. . Consumer resources To find a local podiatrist, visit . First published: April 2016 Provided under licence This resource is provided under licence by the RACGP. Full terms are available (...) Releases 2016 Media Releases 2015 Media Releases 2014 Media Releases 2013 Media Releases 2012 Media Releases Search Partial nail avulsion and matricectomy for ingrown toenails Partial nail avulsion and matricectomy for ingrown toenails Introduction Possible causes of ingrowing toenails include improper trimming of the nail, tearing nail off, overly curved nail, certain activities (running) and wearing constricting footwear. Intervention Removal (avulsion) of ingrowing section of toenail and application

2016 Handbook of Non-Drug interventions (HANDI)

2. Ingrown Toenail Removal

in treatment of ingrown nails: splinting by flexible tube. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol . Nov 2006. 20(10):1302-6. . Chapeskie H. Ingrown toenail or overgrown toe skin?: Alternative treatment for onychocryptosis. Can Fam Physician . 2008 Nov. 54(11):1561-2. . . Arai H. Formable acrylic treatment for ingrowing nail with gutter splint and sculptured nail. Int J Dermatol . Oct 2004. 43(10):759-65. . Ishibashi M, Tabata N, Suetake T, Omori T, Sutou Y, Kainuma R, et al. A simple method to treat an ingrowing (...) toenail with a shape-memory alloy device. J Dermatolog Treat . 2008. 19(5):291-2. . Murray WR, Bedi BS. The surgical management of ingrowing toenail. Br J Surg . 1975 May. 62(5):409-12. . Kayalar M, Bal E, Toros T, Ozaksar K, Gürbüz Y, Ademoglu Y. Results of partial matrixectomy for chronic ingrown toenail. Foot Ankle Int . 2011 Sep. 32(9):888-95. . Yang G, Yanchar NL, Lo AY, Jones SA. Treatment of ingrown toenails in the pediatric population. J Pediatr Surg . 2008 May. 43(5):931-5. . Cochrane

2014 eMedicine.com

3. Results of partial matrixectomy for chronic ingrown toenail. (Abstract)

Results of partial matrixectomy for chronic ingrown toenail. Several treatment modalities which targeted partial matrixectomies, including chemical, laser matrixectomy, and partial nail avulsion, have been used in the dermatology, podiatry, and orthopaedic literature. We report our experience with surgical matrixectomy.We treated 224 patients with severe ingrowing toenails. Segmental wedge resection of involved margin was performed. Followup time was a minimum of 10 months.Statistical analysis

2011 Foot & Ankle International

4. Management of Diabetic Foot

to the multidisciplinary professionals in the field of podiatry, diabetology, biomechanics and orthoses, and wound care. 2 Patients with a limb-threatening or life-threatening diabetic foot problem should be referred urgently and managed under specialist care. Examples of such conditions include: • ulceration with fever or any signs of sepsis • critical limb ischaemia [refer to Section 2.2. (b) on vascular assessment] • clinical concern that there is a deep-seated soft tissue or bone infection (with or without (...) be led by a Family Medicine Specialist or physician with special training in diabetic foot problems and supported by podiatrists, diabetic team (including diabetic educators), wound care team and rehabilitation services. 3.2 Multidisciplinary Foot Care Team Presence of a multidisciplinary team may improve rates of amputation, hospital admission and length of stay. It is recommended that each hospital should have a multidisciplinary foot care team consisting of Risk Referral Normal/Low risk

2018 Ministry of Health, Malaysia

6. Assessment of foot and ankle services by podiatric surgeons

becoming eligible for specialist recognition as a podiatric surgeon. Currently, there are 26 accredited and registered podiatric surgeons in Australia. The Podiatry Board of Australia, established under the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme administered by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA), registers podiatrists and podiatric surgeons. Podiatric surgeons are not registered by the Medical Board of Australia. Podiatric surgeons have only limited access to Medicare (...) ; • ingrown toenails; • hallux rigidus; • heel pain; 3 • nerve impingement; and • tumour (benign). The application also sought MBS access to co-administered services that are routinely used in conjunction with the identified procedures such as diagnostic imaging, pathology, and anaesthesia. The application also requested referral rights for podiatric surgeons, equivalent to orthopaedic surgeons’. 7. Summary of Public Consultation Feedback/Consumer Issues No specific consumer impact statement was provided

2015 Medical Services Advisory Committee

7. Prevention, identification and management of foot complications in diabetes

complications and reported no effect on foot appearance or hospitalisation rates. 76 Two trials National Evidence-Based Guideline for the Prevention Identi? cation and Management of Foot Complications in Diabetes (part of the guidelines on Type 2 Diabetes) 2011 22 (average quality) compared intensive education involving one-on-one teaching by a podiatrist with brief education for the prevention of foot complications. One trial indicated reduced callus after one year and ingrown toenails after seven years (...) for hospitalisation. The study indicated less callus, mycosis and ? ssures with the education program. One large trial (good quality) compared education targeting the patient and doctor with usual care for the prevention of foot complications and reported a signi? cant reduction in serious foot lesions, ingrown toenails and dry or cracked skin. No signi? cant reduction in amputation was demonstrated. 75 One large trial (average quality) compared home education to usual care for the prevention of foot

2011 Clinical Practice Guidelines Portal

8. Nail Surgery (Diagnosis)

Podiatry Assoc . 1982 Sep. 72(9):453-7. . Cordoba-Diaz D, Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo R, Losa Iglesias ME, Cordoba-Díaz M. Effectiveness of standard lavage with supplemental chlorhexidine in patients undergoing chemical matricectomy for ingrown toenails: a clinical trial. J Am Acad Dermatol . 2014 Jun. 70 (6):1092-5. . Borovoy MA, Borovoy M, Elson LM, Sage M. Flashlamp pulsed dye laser (585 nm). Treatment of resistant verrucae. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc . 1996 Nov. 86(11):547-50. . Bristow IR (...) changes in the nail plate; and senile nail diseases (eg, onychauxis, subungual hyperkeratosis). [ , , ] In onychocryptosis, the primary direction of nail growth is lateral instead of the normal, forward orientation of nail growth in the longitudinal plane. A more pronounced transverse curvature of their toenails increases the likelihood of developing ingrown toenails. [ ] The laterally curved edge of the nail plate, or the nail spicule, penetrates the adjacent LNF, perforating the fold skin

2014 eMedicine.com

10. Nail Surgery (Overview)

Podiatry Assoc . 1982 Sep. 72(9):453-7. . Cordoba-Diaz D, Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo R, Losa Iglesias ME, Cordoba-Díaz M. Effectiveness of standard lavage with supplemental chlorhexidine in patients undergoing chemical matricectomy for ingrown toenails: a clinical trial. J Am Acad Dermatol . 2014 Jun. 70 (6):1092-5. . Borovoy MA, Borovoy M, Elson LM, Sage M. Flashlamp pulsed dye laser (585 nm). Treatment of resistant verrucae. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc . 1996 Nov. 86(11):547-50. . Bristow IR (...) changes in the nail plate; and senile nail diseases (eg, onychauxis, subungual hyperkeratosis). [ , , ] In onychocryptosis, the primary direction of nail growth is lateral instead of the normal, forward orientation of nail growth in the longitudinal plane. A more pronounced transverse curvature of their toenails increases the likelihood of developing ingrown toenails. [ ] The laterally curved edge of the nail plate, or the nail spicule, penetrates the adjacent LNF, perforating the fold skin

2014 eMedicine.com

12. Ingrown Nails (Follow-up)

of matrix cauterization with trichloroacetic acid in the treatment of ingrown toenails. Indian Dermatol Online J . 2015 Jan-Feb. 6(1):4-8. . . Ozawa T, Nose K, Harada T, Muraoka M, Ishii M. Partial matricectomy with a CO2 laser for ingrown toenail after nail matrix staining. Dermatol Surg . 2005 Mar. 31(3):302-5. . Ali SM, Ahmed GS, Tahir SM. Outcome of partial nail plate and matrix removal (Winograd technique) for ingrown toe nail. J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci . 2013. 12:182-5. Kim M, Song IG, Kim HJ (...) Dermatol . 2008 Feb. 47(2):209-10. . Sarifakioglu E, Yilmaz AE, Gorpelioglu C. Nail alterations in 250 infant patients: a clinical study. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol . 2008 Jun. 22(6):741-4. . Ozdemir E, Bostanci S, Ekmekci P, Gurgey E. Chemical matricectomy with 10% sodium hydroxide for the treatment of ingrowing toenails. Dermatol Surg . 2004 Jan. 30(1):26-31. . Seyfettinoglu F, Sünneli Ö, Dülgeroglu A, Bora OA. A case of ingrown toenail accompanied by extreme soft tissue hypertrophy to the extent

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

13. Ingrown Nails (Treatment)

of matrix cauterization with trichloroacetic acid in the treatment of ingrown toenails. Indian Dermatol Online J . 2015 Jan-Feb. 6(1):4-8. . . Ozawa T, Nose K, Harada T, Muraoka M, Ishii M. Partial matricectomy with a CO2 laser for ingrown toenail after nail matrix staining. Dermatol Surg . 2005 Mar. 31(3):302-5. . Ali SM, Ahmed GS, Tahir SM. Outcome of partial nail plate and matrix removal (Winograd technique) for ingrown toe nail. J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci . 2013. 12:182-5. Kim M, Song IG, Kim HJ (...) Dermatol . 2008 Feb. 47(2):209-10. . Sarifakioglu E, Yilmaz AE, Gorpelioglu C. Nail alterations in 250 infant patients: a clinical study. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol . 2008 Jun. 22(6):741-4. . Ozdemir E, Bostanci S, Ekmekci P, Gurgey E. Chemical matricectomy with 10% sodium hydroxide for the treatment of ingrowing toenails. Dermatol Surg . 2004 Jan. 30(1):26-31. . Seyfettinoglu F, Sünneli Ö, Dülgeroglu A, Bora OA. A case of ingrown toenail accompanied by extreme soft tissue hypertrophy to the extent

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

14. Toenails, Ingrown (Diagnosis)

Next: Epidemiology The principal morbid condition of ingrown toenail is pain. However, it can be the initiating pathway for more serious disorders in certain patients at risk, especially those with diabetes or arterial insufficiency. Particular attention must be paid to high-risk patients. Referral to specialty clinics for follow-up (eg, surgeon, podiatrist) is recommended for these patients. This disorder is not found in the preambulatory stages. Rare in preteens, it is more common in teenagers (...) -5. . Haneke E. Controversies in the treatment of ingrown nails. Dermatol Res Pract . 2012. 2012:783924. . Bossers AM, Jansen IM, Eggink WF. Rational therapy for ingrown toenails. A prospective study. Acta Orthop Belg . 1992. 58(3):325-9. . Fulton GJ, O'Donohoe MK, Reynolds JV, Keane FB, Tanner WA. Wedge resection alone or combined with segmental phenolization for the treatment of ingrowing toenail. Br J Surg . 1994 Jul. 81(7):1074-5. . Wollina U. Modified Emmet's operation for ingrown nails

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

15. Toenails, Ingrown (Overview)

Next: Epidemiology The principal morbid condition of ingrown toenail is pain. However, it can be the initiating pathway for more serious disorders in certain patients at risk, especially those with diabetes or arterial insufficiency. Particular attention must be paid to high-risk patients. Referral to specialty clinics for follow-up (eg, surgeon, podiatrist) is recommended for these patients. This disorder is not found in the preambulatory stages. Rare in preteens, it is more common in teenagers (...) -5. . Haneke E. Controversies in the treatment of ingrown nails. Dermatol Res Pract . 2012. 2012:783924. . Bossers AM, Jansen IM, Eggink WF. Rational therapy for ingrown toenails. A prospective study. Acta Orthop Belg . 1992. 58(3):325-9. . Fulton GJ, O'Donohoe MK, Reynolds JV, Keane FB, Tanner WA. Wedge resection alone or combined with segmental phenolization for the treatment of ingrowing toenail. Br J Surg . 1994 Jul. 81(7):1074-5. . Wollina U. Modified Emmet's operation for ingrown nails

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

16. Evaluation of the Elderly Patient

findings. Nail plate fractures may occur because with aging, the nail plate thins. Black splinter hemorrhages in the middle or distal third of the fingernail are more likely to be due to trauma than to bacteremia. A thickened, yellow toenail indicates onychomycosis, a fungal infection. Toenail borders that curve in and down indicate ingrown toenail (onychocryptosis). Whitish nails that scale easily, sometimes with a pitted surface, indicate psoriasis. Unexplained bruises may indicate abuse. Head (...) poorly fitting shoes or from RA, diabetes, or neurologic disorders (eg, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease). Occasionally, foot problems indicate other systemic disorders (see Table: ). Patients with foot problems should be referred to a podiatrist for regular evaluation and treatment. Neurologic System Neurologic examination for elderly patients is similar to that for any adult. However, nonneurologic disorders that are common among elderly people may complicate this examination. For example, visual

2013 Merck Manual (19th Edition)

18. Audiovisual distraction as an adjunct to pain and anxiety relief during minor surgery. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Audiovisual distraction as an adjunct to pain and anxiety relief during minor surgery. Minor surgery for ingrown toenails can provoke anxiety and the anaesthetic injection can be acutely painful. Distraction techniques may reduce the associated pain and anxiety.To investigate an audiovisual distraction (Bedscapes) on pain and anxiety during minor surgery for the correction of ingrown toenail.In a randomised controlled trial, patients (N=152) with ingrown toenails requiring surgical correction (...) reported lower pain than younger patients, regardless of group allocation. Bedscapes did not reduce pain or anxiety, and was apparently no more effective than interpersonal interaction between podiatry staff and the patient.Pain of injected anaesthesia correlates closely with pre-operative anxiety. Formal audiovisual distraction has no added benefit over interpersonal interaction in the alleviation of pain and anxiety in patients undergoing nail surgery.

2008 Foot (Edinburgh, Scotland) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

19. Painful Foot

Painful Foot Painful Foot | Doctor | Patient TOPICS Try our Symptom Checker TREATMENT RESOURCES Try our Symptom Checker PROFESSIONAL Upgrade to Patient Pro / / Search Painful Foot Authored by , Reviewed by | Last edited 19 Oct 2016 | Certified by This article is for Medical Professionals Professional Reference articles are designed for health professionals to use. They are written by UK doctors and based on research evidence, UK and European Guidelines. You may find the article more useful (...) (skin and ). Hallux valgus. Plantar fasciitis. Tarsal tunnel syndrome. Freiberg's disease. Arthritis affecting the feet, especially or the painful first metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint in Ingrowing toenails, especially if infected. Abnormalities of the joints, ligaments and tendons of the foot. Often there appears to be an inherent predisposition but other factors include poor footwear, obesity and hypermobility syndromes. History Establish when it started. Ask whether it is becoming worse. Ask

2008 Mentor

20. Treatment of ingrowing toenails by surgeons and chiropodists. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Treatment of ingrowing toenails by surgeons and chiropodists. 3416165 1988 10 17 2018 11 13 0959-8138 297 6644 1988 Jul 30 BMJ (Clinical research ed.) BMJ Treatment of ingrowing toenails by surgeons and chiropodists. 335-6 Sykes P A PA Department of Surgery, Trafford Hospitals, Manchester. Kerr R R eng Journal Article England BMJ 8900488 0959-8138 0 Phenols AIM IM Costs and Cost Analysis Follow-Up Studies Humans Nails, Ingrown economics surgery therapy Phenols administration & dosage Podiatry

1988 BMJ : British Medical Journal

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