Diseases

Incarnate nail: sources and notes

Author: Hélène Hodac.

Expert consultant: Dr. Catherine Oliveres-Ghouti, dermatologist.

Sources:

- Blatière V et al. Ingrown nail. In: Medico-surgical Encyclopedia. Podiatry. Paris: Elsevier Masson; 2001.
- Baran, R. et al. Nails: definition and surgical treatment. Dermatol Surg, 2001.

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