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... You really need to see your dermatologist for a proper diagnosis and treatment. If it ia a nail mole, it could be malignant or benign, but you won't know until you see the dermatologist. ... (1 replies)
... proximal nail fold. ... (9 replies)
... ed earlier this month. She said they didn't find anything abnormal BUT she thinks that I should wait 3 months to see if it goes away otherwise I have to go to a nail specialist. I said that 3 months is a long time and she said well ok than 2 months. ... (9 replies)

... A nail mole can be malignant and the only way to be sure is to take a biopsy. ... (8 replies)
... About two years ago my then 8 y.o. daughter developed a thin vertical line in the nail of her pinky finger. Another line formed right beside it, and now the lines have joined into a wider one. ... (8 replies)
White line in nail
Nov 27, 2006
... Did you see anything on the nail bed after he removed the nail plate? ... (3 replies)
... A green to black discoloration in the nail plate is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection. ... (5 replies)
... What is cause of nail mole? ... (3 replies)
... If the line goes from under the skin at the cuticle and continues to the free edge, it could very well be a "nail mole" which may or may not be cancerous. You should see your physician for a proper diagnosis. (4 replies)
... If the line starts from under the cuticle, you might have a nail mole in the matrix. I would get this checked out by your dermatologist as they can sometimes be malignant. ... (2 replies)
... at the base of the nail plate. Most times, these are not malignant, but I would advise seeking the diagnosis of your physician. ... (11 replies)
... it could still be a nail mole. ... (15 replies)
... it could still be a nail mole. ... (15 replies)
... line that us under my fingernail looks nothing like the thick line in the photograph. Mine is a thin...like the thickness of a hair. Do you think this is still a nail mole? ... (15 replies)
... skinned individuals. Longitudinal melanonychia results from deposition of melanin in the nail plate from a variety of causes. A small number of people with longitudinal melanonychia have subungual melanoma. ... (15 replies)
... Yes, the little dark line runs from underneath the cuticle area. It is in the corner of the nail. You said this changes everything...can you elaborate on that? And also the "nail mole". Thanks!!! (15 replies)
... if so, it sounds like you may have developed a 'nail mole' in the matrix, which could also halt nail cell production. ... (15 replies)
... A nail mole can be a potentially serious problem - especially if it is malignant. If the wide bands run horizontal, rather than vertical, they could be Beau's Lines. If they are Beau's Lines, they are characteristic for African Americans and are generally inherited from what I can find out. Do a web search for Beau's lines. (11 replies)
... Marti, Thanks for your response. Yes, there are wide bands on my toenails but still stripes on my fingernails. By now my mother has wide bands on both finger and toenails. Over the past decade, I've seen two dermatologists and neither knew what it was. Hummm...a nail mole--never heard of it. Is this a potentially serious problem or just cosmetic? (11 replies)
... If the matrix fails to produce the correct amount of nail plate cells from the portion of the matrix that produces the cells that touch the nail bed, then the splinter hemorraghe will be a consistent problem. ... (11 replies)




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