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Appear In 15 Days start from corner of big toe

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Onchomycosis... It's a nail fungal infection. Onychomycosis is caused by 3 main classes of fungi: dermatophytes, yeasts, and nondermatophyte molds. Dermatophytes are by far the most common cause of onychomycosis. Two major pathogens are responsible for approximately 90% of all onychomycosis cases. Hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide can kill fungus that grows on toenails. ... . Itaconazole.200.mg.1 tab.OD.x 4 weeks.

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Nail fungus also called ONYCHOMYCOSIS. The main symptoms are change in the appearance of nail. Rarely, the condition causes pain and slightly foul odour. Treatment consists of orally antifungal drugs and medicated nail polish or antifungal cream/lotion apply locally. This situation nail removal of the best. Chronic can last for the years or be lifelong.

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ONYCHOMYCOSIS. Antifungal orally and locally. Improve General health and personal hygiene. Multivitamin and antioxidant orally. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude. Keep the area clean and covered with sterile gauge.

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Superficial fungal infection of nail i.e. Onychomycosis. Infection becomes chronic and indolent, so start treatment asap. T Terbinafine 250mg OD Cyclopirox Nail paint

Onychomycosis Tab. Terbinafine 250 mg OD for 3months Nailrox(ciclopirox) nail lacquer on affected nails daily night

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Yellow color of nail suggest fungal nail infection. Onychomycosis Itraconazole 200 OD Antifungal nail paint

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As colleagues suggested it is onicomycosis Rx cap itracanazole200mg 1od Locally terbinafine oint twice daily

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? NAIL FUNGUS.. ONYCHOMYCOSIS.. NEED'S.. ANTIFUNGAL MEDICATIONS ORALLY AS WELL TOPICALLY..

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Onychomycosis Oral antifungals for one month Topical antifngal for 2months

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SUGGESTIVE. OF FUNGAL NAIL. INFECTION ONYCHOMYCOSIS

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