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Research Articles

Articles on Nail-Fold Excision (Vandenbos Surgery)

 

Nail-Fold Excision for the Treatment of Ingrown Toenail in Children

by Ramanath N. Haricharan, Javier Masquijo, and Marcos Bettolli

 

Soft-tissue nail-fold excision: a definitive treatment for ingrown toenails

by Henry Chapeskie & Jason Kovac

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Ingrown Toenail: A Result of Weight Bearing on Soft Tissue 

by Kermit Vandenbos and Warner Bowers 

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Ingrowing Toenails: Is There a Nail Abnormality? 

by H.J. Pearson, R.N. Bury, J. Wapples, and D.F.L. Watkin (Courtesy of Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery)

 

Ingrown Toenail or Overgrown Toeskin?: Alternative Treatment for Onychocryptosis

by Henry Chapeskie

Articles on the Use of Epinephrine in Digital Blocks

 

Chapeskie, H, et al. Evaluation of the safety of epinephrine in digital nerve blockade: Retrospective case series analysis of 1334 toe surgeries. Canadian Family Physician. 62:e334-339. June 2016.

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Chowdry, S, et al. Do Not Use Epinephrine in Digital Blocks: Myth or Truth? Part II. A Retrospective Review of 1111 Cases. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 126(6):2031-2034. December 2010.

 

Krunic, A, et al. Digial anesthesia with epinephrine: An old myth revisited. J Am Acad Dermatol. 51(5):755-759. November 2004.

 

Thomson, C, et al. A Critical Look at the Evidence for and against Elective Epinephrine Use in the Finger. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.119(1):260-266. January 2007.

 

Thomson, C and D Lalonde. Randomized Double-Blind Comparision of Duration of Anesthesia among Three Commonly Used Agents in Digital Nerve Block. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 118:429-432. August 2006.

 

Wilhelmi, B, et al. Do Not Use Epinephrine in Digital Blocks: Myth or Truth? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 107(2):393-397. February 2001.