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White line in nail
Nov 26, 2006
... Not too sure how to describe this one. I am not a nail nibbler or spend a whole lot of time in regards to manicures but I had noticed a white line in my thumb nail about 2 years ago. I didn't think much of it until it started to get tender as it got wider and longer. ... (3 replies)
White line in nail
Nov 27, 2006
... If it ends up being a nale 'mole' she will have to biopsy, and this may mean permanent damage to the nail plate due to the trauma to the nail matrix. Please be sure to book an appointment with her!!! ... (3 replies)
White line in nail
Nov 27, 2006
... When the nail was removed there was a funny indent in the bed and there seemed to be a jelly inside. The doctor never made any comment on it. I do not know if there was anything abnormal with the nail itself... ... (3 replies)

White line in nail
Nov 27, 2006
... Did you see anything on the nail bed after he removed the nail plate? ... (3 replies)
... I am very curious as to what you found out on your white line..from your doctor? ... (4 replies)
... I've noticed a white line across my nail, just one nail, and it doesn't totally disappear when I press on the nail. Seems like its in the nail, anyway. ... (1 replies)
... I have a red ridge across the bottom of each nail where the "moon" usually is, it stayed for a few days and then returned to normal. ... (0 replies)
... lines, but they don't look like that. It's one single thin white line on each nail that doesn't move with growth. ... (6 replies)
... One of the nal bed 'rails' is experiencing 'hyper' growth and is trying to protrude upwards through the nail plate. When this happens, it is generally a permanent condition and will eventually split the nail plate into two sections. ... (4 replies)
... I'm brand new to this message board, but hoping you experts can help. On only one fingernail I have a vertical line that extends from the base of my nail to the tip, and has been continuously growing with my nail for at least 5 months. Looking at it head on from the end of my finger, it looks like a splinter. ... (4 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)
... can you explain what a nail malanoma is? ... (16 replies)
Split nail
Nov 24, 2008
... Several years ago my finger got slammed in a door. The finger nail split up the middle. To this day my nail will not grow past the tip of my finger as it is always split in the middle. ... (1 replies)
... My thumb nail has been growing in for quite some time now with a straight white vertical line that runs from the cuticle to the splits vertically at the tip.... ... (2 replies)
... Does the white cumbly part start at teh cutilce and go to the middle of the nail plate, or is it from the middle to the free edge? ... (14 replies)
... miles a day wearing an ankle brace that made one shoe fit a bit snug on the toes. I noticed after a week that my nail on my second toe had bruised from the pressure against the front of my shoe. ... (1 replies)
... The white line is a raised portion of the nail bed rail. The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed by a series of rails and grooves much like a train rides forward on its tracks. ... (4 replies)
... I used to get white spots, about 1/16 in, on my nails, one time 4 on 6 different nails. I did some research and found that it is form a vitamin deficiency. I started taking Centrum and no longer have them. Hope that helps. (3 replies)
... The white spots are called leuconychia and are usually from voids between the nail plate cells. They can appear at any given time, appear once and never again. there is no known reason why they appear in some people. ... (3 replies)
... The white spots I believe are calcium deposits (at least that is what I have been told in the past) I could be way off. (3 replies)

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