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Onycholysis

Onycholysis is the painless separation of the nail from the nail bed. Fungal infection and the skin disease psoriasis can cause onycholysis. One can get sunburn under the nails, which causes onycholysis. Onycholysis is the painless separation of the nail plate from the nail bed.

Symptoms of Onycholysis

• Fungal infections of the nails thicken the tissue immediately underneath the nail plate and result in lifting of the nail edge.
• Greater portion of the nail is opaque.

Causes of Onycholysis

• Avoid frequent exposure to harsh chemicals such as nail enamel and nail enamel remover.
• Long fingernails are prone to onycholysis, so you should keep your nails short.

Onycholysis is the painless separation of the nail from the nail bed. Discoloration underneath the nail may occur as a result of secondary infection.
Nail plate separation can be confined to the nail’s lateral borders (rare).

Fungal infection and the skin disease psoriasis can cause onycholysis. One can get sunburn under the nails, which causes onycholysis. A crush injury to base of the nail or the nail bed may produce a permanent deformity. Chronic exposure to moisture or to nail polish can produce brittle nails with peeling of the edge of the nail .

• Prolonged immersion of nails in water.
• Chronic exposure to moisture or to nail polish can produce brittle nails with peeling of the edge of the nail.
• Discoloration underneath the nail may occur as a result of secondary infection.
• Pain may occur if nail is further detached from the nail bed as result of trauma or if active infection sets in.

Treatment and Cure of Onycholysis :

• For nail abnormalities like Onycholysis, due to nail biting, picking, and tearing, stop these behaviors. For brittle nails, keep the nails short and avoid nail polish.
• Avoid injuring the affected nail, and keep the nail bed dry.
• Avoid exposure to contact irritants such as nail enamel

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