DefinitionThis section has been translated automatically.
Verruca vulgaris located under the nail plate. Clinically painful, tumor-like growths localized under the nail plate in the nail bed. Bone ulceration may occur due to permanent pressure.
Differential diagnosisThis section has been translated automatically.
- Verrucous carcinoma
- Keratoacanthoma (rare localization)
- Glomus tumor (no warty surface; usually detectable as localized nail pain)
- Subungual exostoses (no verrucous epidermis reaction)
- Nail psoriasis (typical are surface changes of the nail plate; nail thickening; other signs of psoriasis)
Complication(s)This section has been translated automatically.
Pressure painfulness; bone ulcerations.
TherapyThis section has been translated automatically.
Incoming links (1)Warts, subungual;
Outgoing links (7)Carcinoma verrucous (overview); Chondroma; Keratoakanthoma (overview); Psoriasis of the nails; Subungual exostosis; Verruca vulgaris; Wart;
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