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Ingrown Toenails (cont.)

Picture of an Ingrown Toenail

Media file 1: The big toe shows redness and swelling of ingrown toenail.

Media type: Photo

Medically reviewed by Joseph Palermo, DO; American Osteopathic Board Certified Internal Medicine

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Erdogan, F.G., and G. Erdogan. "Long-Term Results of Nail Brace Application in Diabetic Patients with Ingrown Nails." Dermatol Surg 34 (2008): 84-87.

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