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Figure 2: (a) Clinical photographs shown nonprotruded subungual exostosis. (b) X-ray anteroposterior and oblique views of fore part of great and 2nd toe showing mass in the dorsal aspect of the distal phalanx of the toe (c) Clinical photograph showing exposure with a transverse incision at fingertip excised mass damaged caused by subungual exostosis (d) Clinical photograph at 1st week followup (e) Clinical photograph at 2nd week control (f) Clinical photograph at 2nd month followup (g) Clinical photograph showing that the nail was seen to grow in a healthy way at 12th month followup

Figure 2: (a) Clinical photographs shown nonprotruded subungual exostosis. (b) X-ray anteroposterior and oblique views of fore part of great and 2nd toe showing mass in the dorsal aspect of the distal phalanx of the toe (c) Clinical photograph showing exposure with a transverse incision at fingertip excised mass damaged caused by subungual exostosis (d) Clinical photograph at 1st week followup (e) Clinical photograph at 2<sup>nd</sup> week control (f) Clinical photograph at 2<sup>nd</sup> month followup (g) Clinical photograph showing that the nail was seen to grow in a healthy way at 12<sup>th</sup> month followup