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Nail plate

For metal connector plate, see Truss connector plate.
Nail plate
A. Nail plate; B. lunula; C. root; D. sinus; E. matrix; F. nail bed; G. hyponychium; H. free margin.
Latin lamina unguis
Code TH H3.12.00.3.02002

The nail plate is the hard and translucent portion of the nail, composed of keratin.


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