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Nail Injury

Nail injury occurs when a part of the nail gets injured, including the nail bed, cuticle, and skin around the sides of the nail. Depending on the type of injury, bleeding, pain, and cuts occur on the nails. Treatment depends on the type and seriousness of the nail injury.

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My toe nail got injured with a plate and a tiny spot appeared under my nail. What is it?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a 29-year-old male and I found a tiny spot under my nail. Six months back, I dropped a big plate on my toe and it became blue due to impact. I was not able to walk for two weeks. After the disappearance of blue, my nails have become yellow or golden color at the tip and I think th...  Read Full »

Dr. Payal Chauhan

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I understand your concern. Though it looks like blue nevus, it is rare to occur in a subungual area in the acquired state (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Though it remains harmless. it can have a malignant transformation rarely. It is indicated by ...  Read Full »

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