Clubbing may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Medicine; 2 Music; 3 Other; 4 See also.
Medicine. Club foot (also called congenital talipes equinovarus (CTEV)), ...
Common symptoms of clubbing: The nail beds soften. The nails may seem to "
float" instead of being firmly attached. The nails forms a sharper angle with the ...
Jun 8, 2016 ... Since Hippocrates first described digital clubbing in patients with empyema,
digital clubbing has been associated with various underlying ...
clubbing. A favourite activity of the moronic majority, this involves being shunted
like cattle into a converted warehouse... sadly not to be slaughtered, but to wear ...
Clubbing occurs when the amount of soft tissue beneath the nail beds increases.
It is not clear why the soft tissue increases, but it may be related to the levels of ...
Clubbing is thought to result from changes to the volume of interstitial fluid and
increased blood flow to the area but the exact pathophysiology remains unknown
bulbous swelling of the terminal phalanges of the fingers and toes, giving them a
“club” appearance; the normal 160° angle between the nailbed and the digit ...
Clubbing definition, the activity of going to nightclubs, especially to dance to
popular music, drink, and socialize: Clubbing every night is expensive, not to ...
Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy and digital clubbing. Authoritative facts about the
skin from DermNet New Zealand.
A condition in which the ends of the fingers and toes are enlarged and the nails
are shiny and abnormally curved. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...