Definition of Perionychia

1. perionychium [n] - See also: perionychium



Medical Definition of Perionychia

1. 1. Inflammation of the perionychium. Synonym: perionyxis. 2. Plural of perionychium. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perionychia

periodontitis
periodontitis complex
periodontitis simplex
periodontium
periodontoclasia
periodontology
periodontolysis
periodontopathic
periodontosis
periodoscopes
periods
perioeci
perioecus
periomphalic
perionychia (current term)
perionychium
perionyx
perionyxis
perioophoritis
perioophorosalpingitis
perioperative
perioperative care
perioperative nursing
perioperatively
periophthalmic
periophthalmitis
perioplic
perioplic band

Literary usage of Perionychia

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1. Surgical after-treatment: a manual of the conduct of surgical convalescence by Le Roi Goddard Crandon (1910)
"PARONYCHIA AND perionychia If the septic process involves the sulcus from which the nail arises. it tends to become chronic, with deformity of the nail ..."

2. The Student's manual of venereal diseases by Berkeley Hill, Arthur Cooper (1886)
"perionychia.—One form arises from the extension of a papular ... An inflammatory form of perionychia begins with indolent, dull red swelling of the parts ..."

3. Diseases of the Skin: A Textbook for Students and Practitioners by J. M. H. MacLeod (1921)
"Another rare manifestation of syphilis is a moist ulcerating perionychia, ... In some instances the purulent perionychia may have started from some local ..."

4. Diseases of the Skin by Henry Martin Dearborn, Frederick Myers Dearborn (1906)
"perionychia attacks the fingers and toes about equally, ... Considerable pain and annoyance may attend ulcerative perionychia, and the outcome is always ..."

5. A Compound of genito-urinary diseases and syphilis, including their surgery by Charles Solomon Hirsch (1906)
"There are three forms of perionychia—ulcerative, nonulcerative, and a diffused form. ... Syphilitic perionychia is very persistent in its course and may be ..."

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