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Figure 14: En bloc excision of the proximal nail fold: this technique involves the removal of a wedge-shaped crescent formed of the entire depth of the PNF, with a width of 5–6 mm, extending from one LNF to the other, without the removal of the nail plate

Figure 14: <i>En bloc</i> excision of the proximal nail fold: this technique involves the removal of a wedge-shaped crescent formed of the entire depth of the PNF, with a width of 5–6 mm, extending from one LNF to the other, without the removal of the nail plate