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Nail Lacquer Effective Treatment for Nail Fungus by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the nail and affects about 6-8% of the population, but is more prevalent in the older population. The nail can appear thick and yellow, cloudy and white or have a patchy appearance.  As the condition worsens, the nail becomes thicker, rougher and may crumble. There is rarely pain associated with the nail, ... Read on »
Nail Disorders & Nail Surgery by Jennifer F. Posted Tue 20 Apr 2010 11:10am Nails are excellent indicators of disease and provide diagnostic information. Patients should look for some of the following nail presentations: Discoloration Brittleness Uplifting nail Pitting nail Splitting Striations Nail thinning Ridging Change in nail consistency Change in nail configuration Nail clubbing ... Read on »
Treatments Specifically for Nail Psoriasis by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition due to an autoimmune disorder. Psoriasis commonly presents with raised, red patches of skin and silvery scales on the extensor surfaces of the body (elbows and knees are commonly affected). About 10-55% of individuals with skin psoriasis, have psoriasis of the nails, also called psoriatic nail disease ... Read on »
Laser Treatment for Fungal Toenails: You Have to Treat ALL of the Nails! by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Tue 09 Nov 2010 7:09am Laser Treatment for Fungus- Calling All Toenails!!! I have been lasering toenails for quite some time now and only recently have come across more and more people wondering “Why not just laser the affected toenails? It would, after all, come out cheaper that way wouldn’t it?” The simple answer is “No, not really.” But let me back this up ... Read on »
ZetaClear Nail Treatment Infection: Get It Now by Kaylleymahanta Posted Thu 20 Jan 2011 5:47am Nail Fungus Infection can be an unattractive syndrome that may be very difficult to treat. Many people become very aware of their nail infection condition and usually place on sandals and they also always try and disguise their feet in freely. The primary reason for this disease is infinitesimal plant structure also called Dermatophytes. Zetaclea ... Read on »
Topical Nail Fungus Treatment by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm A new topical nail solution is being studied for it’s effectiveness in treating onychomycosis, also known as nail fungus. Toenail fungus is extremely difficult to treat and despite there being a number of medications on the market, many topical medications are not very effective. Terbinafine HCl 10% nail solution (TNS) is currently ending phase ... Read on »
Home Remedies for Toenail Fungus - Nail Fungus Effective Natural Treatment by Nick Mutt Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 8:47pm Both in finger nails and in the toenails the infections due to fungus are common. Nail fungus is caused by a group of fungus called dermatophytes. Fungal infection is also known by the name of onychomycosis. Usually fungus grow on the surface of the toe nail and feed on the keratin which is the surface of the toenail due to this reason this fungus ... Read on »
Potential New Treatment for Nail Fungus by Northcoast Footcare Facebook Posted Mon 09 Aug 2010 10:56am In previous studies by PURE Bioscience, two groups of animals were infected with T. mentagrophytes, causing fungal nail infection. One group was treated with silver dihydrogen citrate and the other group was untreated. The group treated with silver dihydrogen citrate had significant improvements. Amplify’d from ... Read on »
Why Does Nail Polish Turn My Nails Yellow? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Apr 2010 11:01pm Sue says… I was wondering why wearing nail polish turns my nails yellow? Also, is there anything we can do to prevent that? The Right Brain’s polished response: It’s true, nail polish can turn your nails yellow. Why? There are a couple of reasons: Some of the darker colored polishes can stain nails due to a chemical reaction b ... Read on »
Cancer treatment choices vary based on type of specialist consulted or When you have a hammer, everything looks like a nail by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Mar 2010 1:00pm CHICAGO – Men who visit a radiation oncologist appear more likely to receive radiation therapy for prostate cancer, whereas men who consult with a urologist with or without a medical oncologist are treated more frequently with hormone therapy, watchful waiting or a radical prostatectomy, according to a report in the March 8 issue of Archives of ... Read on »