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Green Nail Syndrome

By

Chris G. Adigun

, MD, Dermatology & Laser Center of Chapel Hill

Last full review/revision Dec 2019| Content last modified Jan 2020
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Green nail syndrome is infection with Pseudomonas, a type of bacteria.

Green nail syndrome may be treated with antiseptics, antibiotics, and sometimes surgical removal of the involved nail. 

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