Re: Proximal nail fold injury
Thank you for your answer,
As I understand you say that there is no way to tell about nail matrix condition, until it regrows nail. But what about a visible part of proximal nail fold tissue? I guess it grows from surrounding skin, right? What would happen if only this part, which is on top of forming nail, would be mechanicaly injured? I'm asking because maybe there is a treatment needed to regrow skin, or maybe it does not need any treatment, as it will restore itself. For now I see that in this moon shaped area, between nail and undamaged skin surface where there is no circulation, only blood clot formed. Also this are is now thinner than on the other toe.