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Effect of Nail Grips on Weight Bearing and Limb Function in 30 Dogs 2 Weeks Post Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy.

In the first two weeks following tibial plateau leveling osteotomy, the goal of this research was to determine the clinical effects of dogs wearing nail grips. There were no differences in VLS and TPI between the treatment and sham groups on day 14 or at any time period. After orthopedic surgery, Nail grips were well tolerated in dogs. This research did not demonstrate a benefit for dogs wearing nail grips during the first two weeks after TPLO; however, further research is warranted.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ani12182312


Sustained Resolution of Nail Psoriasis During 5 Years of Treatment with Ixekizumab: A Post Hoc Analysis from UNCOVER-3.

Patients from the long-running UNCOVER-3 study who received the interleukin-17A inhibitor ixekizumab and had either nail psoriasis or significant nail psoriasis at baseline, with the aim of this research being to determine advancements in objective measures of nail psoriasis. Patients with baseline nail psoriasis and significant baseline nail psoriasis, respectively, showed complete relief of nail psoriasis at week 60, which was maintained through week 264.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2340/actadv.v102.2269


Case report: Novel use of the conventional method- chemical nail avulsion may be effective for treatment of green nail syndrome.

Green nail syndrome, proximal paronychia, and distal onycholysis is a triad of discoloration of the nail plate, proximal paronychia, and distal onycholysis. In both cases, patients with GNS followed by onycholysis were advised to undergo chemical nail avulsion mixed with topical antibiotics, and positive curative results were observed. Chemical nail avulsion with urea powder as a standard procedure can be an effective treatment for GNS and requires clinical generalization.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fmed.2022.991918


Motorized Intramedullary Nail Lengthening in the Older Population.

With magnetic intramedullary lengthening nail, the aim of this multicenter, retrospective case-control study was to report the bone healing results and challenges of lower limb lengthening in older patients using magnetic intramedullary lengthening nail. Our hypothesis was that healing parameters such as consolidation days, the consolidation index, maturation days, and the maturity index, as well as the number of adverse events recorded in the older population, would be no different to those in the general population. "20-39 years," "40-59 years," or u226560 years;""20-59 years," or ""u226560 years," and propensity-matched cohorts for the age groups 20-59 years and u226560 years, respectively, were compared among the age groups 20-59 years and u226560 years, according to the age groups 20-59 years and u226560 years, "" ("" (" or " or "" (u226560 years" or " (or u226560 years "" or """ """" or """"""" or """""""""" ("""" or """"""""""""" No difference was found between those aged 60+ and the younger cohort in comparisons of healing parameters. MILN's MILN lengthening with Limb may therefore be regarded as a safe and effective solution for a generally healthy elderly population.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/jcm11175242

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