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Figure 12: (A) Double-incision technique: when the abscess is large or entire eponychium is involved, incisions are made on both sides of the nail fold, the nail fold is reflected, cavity is irrigated and a gauze is placed inside. (B) Swiss Roll technique for a run-around abscess. After the double incision, the nail fold is reflected proximally over piece of gauze or nonadherent dressing and secured to the skin using two nonabsorbable stay sutures

Figure 12: (A) Double-incision technique: when the abscess is large or entire eponychium is involved, incisions are made on both sides of the nail fold, the nail fold is reflected, cavity is irrigated and a gauze is placed inside. (B) <i>Swiss Roll</i> technique for a run-around abscess. After the double incision, the nail fold is reflected proximally over piece of gauze or nonadherent dressing and secured to the skin using two nonabsorbable stay sutures