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What Is a Nail Wall?

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A nail wall is a wrinkle of skin overlapping the sides and proximal end of a fingernail or toenail. Nails grow at diverse rates due to age, nutrition, and health factors. Under the best of environment, a nail grows about .010 cm a day or 1/8 of an inch each month.
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