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The employment of artificial nails in finger injuries associated with loss of nail


, : The employment of artificial nails in finger injuries associated with loss of nail. Aktuelle Traumatologie 8(6): 441-445

Despite modernization of working places and of household appliances, finger injuries are still most common. Proper treatment or replacement of the nail is of great importance esthetically and functionally. The article describes various ways of treating nail and nail injuries. An artificial nail is preferred as a nail cover if the injury involves nail loss. Excellent results have been obtained.

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