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... what is a black line under fingernail? ... (1 replies)
... Could be a nail mole growing in the matrix which leaves a line that is brownish in color running from under the cuticle to the free edge. I would have your dermatologist look at it. ... (1 replies)
... Hi I am sorry to say that some conditions which make small dark dots or lines under the nails can be evidence of serious things such as endocarditis, systemic lupus erythematosus, trichinosis, scleroderma, rheumatoid arthritis, trauma, psoritiatic nails, and antiphospholipid condition. sjb (3 replies)

... spots under the nail. It's possible you have knocked your nails at some tome or other and they have bled under the nail. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes people have splinter hemmorhages under the nail and it is a symptom of a problem. Of course a health professional could evaluate it properly. ... (3 replies)
... parallel short dark lines on one fingernail ( thumb left hand) (1 replies)
... A nail melanoma is a growth in the matrix where the nail plate cells are developed. the result is always a brown line that runs from under the proximal nail fold to the free edge. A white line is more than likely a ridge on the nail bed. ... (16 replies)
... ere was some seperation of my natural nail from the nail bed on just one of my fingernails... creeping above my french tip. Also, there was a small area of "very black dirt" under the nails on two fingers that I could not get removed. Not sure if that was between natural nail and acrylic or under natural nail... ... (1 replies)
... tween the nail plate cells during production in the Matrix. The voids then ca fill up with blood from the underlying nail bed and look just like a tiny splinter under the nail. They will grow out with the nail plate. They occur in some people and not in others. You may have them a few times and never again. ... (2 replies)
... I have a black splinter looking mark under my right index fingernail.. its not at the end so i know its not a splinter. I had one on a different finger a month ago. Any ideas on what this could be? ... (2 replies)
... If the hematoma gets bigger and swells against the nail plate to become VERY painful, then I would say to bore a hole through the nail plate to relieve the pressure and drain the blood. If the pain goes away within 24 hours, I say leave it alone. (1 replies)
... About an hour ago I smashed my finger in the door that leads from my house to the garage. Nobody was pulling on it at the time of impact so it was just the weight of the door. There is about a pea sized amount of blood under the nail that is dark red/black. It is throbbing but the pain is by no means excruciating so I am wondering if it's absolutely necessary to get the blood... (1 replies)
... If it were a splinter hemorage, then it would be growing forward with the nail plate and the line would not continue to grow from under the cuticle. If the line is wider than a splinter and there is no break in the line from the cuticle to the free edge, then I would also suspect melanonychia. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you for your input marti... i called my doctor, he said to just come in tuesday and he will take a look... better safe than sorry.... the internet is a scary place, i typed in splinter hemorrhage and it brought up some pretty scary stuff!! (2 replies)
... er that the Cleveland Pharmacists recommended Vics at which she very very religiously kept rubbing in in at night before bed. Withing 4 months the toenail turned black and fell off and LO and BEHOLD and brand new nail grew was lovely.... ... (8 replies)
Peeling nails
Jul 11, 2005
... way buffer. Buff the surface of the nail lightly with the black side to remove only the peeling portion. Then buff the entire nail surface with the white side, then the grey side. ... (2 replies)
... I have problems with my nails and one day i saw a black mark under my nail, kind of like the one you have, but mine wasnt a line just a mark. ... (4 replies)
... Your fingernails are a direct link to what goes on internally. Usually, a brown discoloration is not characteristic of fingernail fungus. Fungus can only be determined if the physician takes a scraping of any apparent debris in the area of lift and grows a culture. ... (2 replies)

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