clubbed nail

clubbed nail
uña en mazo.

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  • Nail clubbing — Clubbing Clubbing of the fingernail. The red line shows the outline of a clubbed nail. ICD 10 R68.3 ICD 9 …   Wikipedia

  • Clubbed thumb — Classification and external resources Top view of a child with asymmetric clubbed thumb …   Wikipedia

  • clubbed — kləbd adj 1) having a bulbous enlargement of the tip with convex overhanging nail <a clubbed finger> 2) affected with clubfoot …   Medical dictionary

  • Nail — In medicine, there are two types of nails. One is just a plain old metal nail used to hold 2 or more pieces of bone together, for example, after a fracture. The other type of nail is the horny plate on the end of the finger or toe. Each nail… …   Medical dictionary

  • clubbed — ˈkləbd adjective Etymology: Middle English, from club (I) + ed : shaped like a club: as a. of a finger : having a bulbous enlargement of the tip with convex overhanging nail b …   Useful english dictionary

  • clubbed finger — a finger whose terminal phalanx is enlarged (cf. clubbing), sometimes having a coarse, curving nail called a hippocratic or watch crystal nail. Called also drumstick or hippocratic f …   Medical dictionary

  • hippocratic nail — the markedly convex nail seen on a clubbed finger; see also clubbing. Called also watch crystal n …   Medical dictionary

  • skin — skinlike, adj. /skin/, n., v., skinned, skinning, adj. n. 1. the external covering or integument of an animal body, esp. when soft and flexible. 2. such an integument stripped from the body of an animal, esp. a small animal; pelt: a beaver skin.… …   Universalium

  • clubbing — A condition affecting the fingers and toes in which proliferation of distal soft tissues, especially the nail beds, results in thickening and widening of the extremities of the digits; the nails are abnormally curved nail beds excessively… …   Medical dictionary

  • Brachydactyly — Classification and external resources Different forms of brachydactyly ICD 10 Q68 …   Wikipedia

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