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A study of ingrown toenail cases given unsuitable treatment

, : A study of ingrown toenail cases given unsuitable treatment. Japanese Journal of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery 34(6): 603-608

A study has been conducted at 481 cases of an ingrown toenail that had been treated surgically from January 1984 to Febuary 1989, and it was noted that many patients appeared to have received unsuitable treatment and/or had suffered complications. Patients felt that they could not be cured completely or only over a long period of time, and had lost confidence in their doctors. The authors describe their surgical procedure for treating ingrown toenails to prevent complications, and emphasize the importance of primary healing. Presented as well are four cases of an ingrown toenail that were treated unsuitably.


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