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Are The Symptoms Of Nail Laceration Bad
The nail is composed of multiple parts. The nail plate is the hard part that you see and feel on the outside. Then there is the nail germinal and sterile matrix, which cause the nail to develop and give it a shiny appearance. A nail laceration can involve any and/or all of these structures. Some of these lacerations can be left alone, but some will leave nail ...Read more
Nail laceration: The nail is composed of multiple parts. The nail plate is the hard part that you see and feel on the outside. Then there is the nail germinal and sterile matrix, which cause the nail to develop and give it a shiny appearance. A nail laceration can involve any and/or all of these structures. Some of these lacerations can be left alone, but some will leave nail deformities or growth difficulties. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
One 1in clean straight line laceration below skin on palm by nail; 3 days old not healing or bleeding; slight soreness. Heal on its own?
How old is laceratio: If it is recent, and as the current acceptable standard with in 24 hours it should be repaired with associated treatment. If it is old, more than 24 hrs or even 48 hours it is saer to let it heal by secondary intention (by it self with granulation tissue).But if it is complex and involves tendon, nerve etc, . Go to the emergency room immediately. ...Read more
Do you mean treated?: If your question is treatment of hand laceration without stitches, the answer is yes. There are small lacerations you can treat by splnting with steristrips. Sometimes hand laceration will present 2- 3 days later when it may not be wise to close the wound by stitches which is better to treat as an open wound and let it heal by granulation tissue, of course which will take longer to heal and one will h. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will accupunction be safe on my hand if I have limited mobility & feeling from a laceration that is now caused from scare tissue?
Go to ER: Go to an er asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
Caution...: A hand laceration is very tricky because all layers of skin, tendons, ligaments, nerves, muscles are all very close to surface; the skin is rather tight and any swelling can lead to destruction of one of the above parts. Furthermore it is the most important part of all the extremities for most functions. If very superficial, clean, dry, cover. If any more, er for proper care, prevent/rx infection. ...Read more
Apples and oranges: A glass laceration is a type of injury that can happen to the hand. A venous clot means that a vein that normally had blood flowing has a blockage that is called a clot. L. ...Read more
Hand lacerations: May be simple/complex depending upon anatomy. If you have a known injury with glass, it is important to have the glass removed. Small punctate tiny minuscule fragments may not have any effect on structures if they are in the subcutaneous space, but locations such as deep to the fascia may result in injury. If you have a discoloration or increasing pain then infection should be ruled out. Get seen. ...Read more
Palm laceration a week ago under pinky finger. That finger is stiff and hurts sometimes when using my hand. Should I be concerned? Dermabond used.
Hand laceration 3 wks ago. The glue&scab has fallen off but hurts to touch it/flex hand. Stiff pinky & uses hand alot. A problem or needs more time?
Both!: It will take 6-8 weeks before your scar is fully mature. Gentle hand range of motion exercises and gentle local massage can help. Real up scar tissue and increase flexibility. Physical therapy can be super helpful for this as well - look for a local hand therapist who can help minimize your pain and increase flexibility. ...Read more
I got got stitches for a finger laceration about 5 days ago and now my hand is red and a little swollen?
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