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Figure 10: (A) No-incision technique: scalpel blade with cutting edge away from nail plate is inserted at the junction of the lateral nail fold and proximal nail fold to allow spontaneous pus drainage. (B) DAREJD technique: needle inserted into the lateral nail fold and lifted to allow pus drainage

Figure 10: (A) No-incision technique: scalpel blade with cutting edge away from nail plate is inserted at the junction of the lateral nail fold and proximal nail fold to allow spontaneous pus drainage. (B) DAREJD technique: needle inserted into the lateral nail fold and lifted to allow pus drainage