Subungual exostosis fourth finger
Fourth finger subungual excrescence with pain.
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Fourth finger subungual exostosis.
Subungueal exostosis is a benign osteochondral disease, which is characterized by expressions of pain on the apex of the finger and is generally associated with nail deformities. It can affect any of toes although it is most frequently located on the big toe. Traumatic events or microtraumatic almost always have a decisive influence in the genesis of this type of lesion.
Case courtesy: Prof Fabio Denicolò
- Case courtesy: Prof. Fabio Denicolò