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Preventing a Fungal Infection

Podiatrist Dr. Ali Sadrieh explains that split nails are relatively common, but they can put people at an increased risk for fungal infections. In extreme cases, the nail may need to be removed so that the nail bed can be treated for infection. See how the nail bed is treated and monitored over the course of six months to one year, as the nail regenerates.

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