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  1. Chapter 10Nail Disorders and Diseases

  2. “Change and growth take place when a person has risked himself and dares to become involved with experimenting with his own life.”– Herbert Otto

  3. Objectives List and describe the various disorders and irregularities of the nails. Recognize diseases of the nails that should not be treated in the salon.

  4. Nail Disorders Nail disorders are caused by injury or disease. Disorders must be referred to a physician. Only cosmetic problems can be treated by a licensed cosmetologist or nail technician.

  5. Bruised nails Eggshell nails Beau’s lines Nail Disorders (continued)

  6. Hangnail Leukonychia Nail Disorders (continued)

  7. Melanonychia Discolored nail Nail Disorders (continued) • Onychophagy • Onychorrhexis

  8. Plicatured nail Nail pterygium Ridges Nail Disorders (continued)

  9. Splinter hemorrhages Increased curvature nails Pincer nails Trumpet nails Nail Disorders (continued)

  10. Nail Fungi Parasites that may cause infections on the hands and feet Highly contagious Grows where it is warm, dark, and moist Avoided by proper cleaning and disinfection

  11. It Is Not Mold! Discolorations of the nail are not mold. They are a bacterial infection caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa.

  12. Nail Infections Indicated by redness, pain, swelling, pus, and inflammation Causes: contaminated implements Other indications: yellow, green, brown, or black spots Avoid infection: cleansing and disinfection

  13. Nail Diseases Onychosis: any deformity or disease of the nails Onychia Onychocryptosis

  14. Onycholysis Onychomadesis Nail psoriasis Nail Diseases (continued)

  15. Paronychia Nail Diseases (continued) • Pyogenic granuloma

  16. Tinea pedis Nail Diseases (continued) • Onychomycosis

  17. Summary and Review What conditions do fungal organisms favor for growth? Name two common causes of onycholysis. In what situation should a nail service not be performed? What is Pseudomonas aeruginosa and why is it important to the nail technician?

  18. Name at least eight nail disorders and describe their appearance. What is the most effective way to avoid transferring infections among your clients? If a client develops a nail infection, can nail technicians offer treatment advice for these conditions? Can beauty professionals treat an ingrown toenail if there is no sign of pus or discharge? Summary and Review (continued)

  19. Congratulations! You have completed one unit of study toward course completion.