You are not logged in or registered. Please login or register to use the full functionality of this board...
BeautyTech.com

BeautyTech Main PageBeautyTech Main Page        BeautyTech ForumsBeautyTech Forums        Beautytech ShoppeBeautyTech Shoppe        CalendarVisit Nailtech.com        Like us on Facebook        Follow us on Twitter        Find us on Pinterest        View our videos on YouTube       
click THIS... win STUFF...click THIS... win STUFF...        SponsorsSponsors        NT Mailing List SponsorsNT Mailing List Sponsors        SearchFREE Salon Locator Listing        LINDLI Network Day       
FAQFAQ        ContactContact        SearchShoppe Search        SearchForum Search        Make Homepage

BeautyTech Dedicated to Educate and Decorate BeautyTech Home

BeautyTech Sponsors SPONSORS
BeautyTech Sponsors NT Mailing List Sponsors

CONTESTS
BeautyTech click THIS... win STUFF... click THIS/win STUFF
BeautyTech Strut Your STUFF Competition Strut Your Stuff

SHOPPING
BeautyTech Shoppe BeautyTech Shoppe
BeautyTech Shoppe Swap & Shop
BeautyTech Shoppe Salon Posters
BeautyTech Shoppe Milady Publications
BeautyTech Shoppe NailTech Shoppe
BeautyTech Shoppe Empower NailArt
BeautyTech Shoppe EZ Shoppe
BeautyTech Shoppe Odyssey Shoppe
BeautyTech Shoppe Valentino Air Filter
BeautyTech Shoppe Star Nail International
BeautyTech Shoppe Cuccio Naturale
BeautyTech Shoppe Cinapro Nail Art
BeautyTech Shoppe HairCentral

NETWORK
NailTech Connect @ BeautyTech Forums NailTech Connect
BeautyTech Forums Message Boards
NailTech Mailing list @ Google Groups Mailing List
BeautyTech Network Events Network Events

TOOLS
BeautyTech Search Shoppe Shoppe Search
BeautyTech Search Forum Forum Search
Search Business Builders
BeautyTech Professional Licensing Links Licensing Info
BeautyTech Calendar Calendar
BeautyTech.INFO FREE Salon Listing FREE Salon Listing
BeautyTech Photo Gallery Photo Gallery

EVERYTHING ELSE
Advertise @ BeautyTech Advertise
BeautyTech Contact Contact Us
BeautyTech Privacy Policy Privacy Policy

STAY INFORMED

 Sign up for our Free Email Newsletter

ADVERTISEMENT

FEATURED AD

NailTech.com - Star Nail International, Odyddey Nail, HairCentral, Empower Nail Art


 
Thread Rating:
  • 0 Votes - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
a good way to memorize nail disorders
09-08-2007, 06:36 PM
Post: #1
 (Print Post)
a good way to memorize nail disorders
0
0
My nail teacher said when she was in school that she was taught a great way to memorize the disorders but she cant remember what is it do any of you know what I am talking about and have any ideas for me to do this here is an example for music class you learn the notes by E,G,B,D,F = every good boy deserves fudge

april
Find all posts by this user
09-08-2007, 08:08 PM
Post: #2
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
Some things work for everybody and some dont so you have to kinda find your own.

I took the word and found another word in it to make me remember, like

Onychocryptosis (ingrown) so i used (cry)ptosis makes nails cry from ingrown
Onychorrhexes, is a hex to have split brittle nails

onychoptosis is a condition in which part or all the nail sheds periodically and falls off. So to remember I thought of "only chop toes sometimes"

onychomadesis is shedding of the nail plate. So I used "Mad nails Leave"

Onychia is an inflammation of the entire nail. So I used " Chia" as in Chia pet it gets bigger as it grows

Im sure theres an easyier way to remember them but these worked for me and my whole state board exam was on these conditions lucky me glad I studied.

I know the main thing that stuck was anything ending in coccus(sp) was very bad.
Find all posts by this user
09-08-2007, 08:49 PM
Post: #3
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
Where were you when I was in school???? Those are great ways to remember. Kelly
Find all posts by this user
09-08-2007, 08:50 PM
Post: #4
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
lillady, good advice and help for her.

G. Elizondo
http://www.myspace.com/atwistoffrench
http://www.globalnailart.com
"Life is Good"
Young Nails Mentor
Find all posts by this user
09-08-2007, 10:13 PM
Post: #5
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
onycholysis - loosing of the nail bed - it was the only one I could remember without some kind of trick.

onychophyma - swelling... ends in "ma" - ma's swell when pregnant.

That's all I can remember off the top of my aging head!

Terri Lancaster
Nails By Design
253-350-2591

SPREAD VICIOUS GLEE!
Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
09-08-2007, 10:59 PM
Post: #6
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
Onycho(crypt)osis (ingrown) crypts are sometimes under(in)ground
Onycho(made)sis is shedding of the nail plate, I made a shed

can't recall anymore analogizes off the top of my head.. will have to consult my text book and edit later :oops:

})i({~MySpace~})i({
Find all posts by this user
09-09-2007, 07:20 PM
Post: #7
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
thanks for the hlp my instructor was telling me about this type of analogy to learn them and well I cant find any online so I may need to make some up myself.
april
Find all posts by this user
09-10-2007, 07:46 AM
Post: #8
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
Okay - I just took my boards in August and here's some of the ones we came up with in class (some of these aren't necessarily disorders, and keep in mind that some of them are kind of out of the ordinary):

Onychophagy - the "old hag" with the bitten nails

Onychomadesis - shedding of the nail plate - it kind of sounded like "funky cold madina", which will make you shed your clothes

Pyogenic granuloma - lump of red tissue grows up from the nail bed to the nail plate - "Pyo" sounded like "pyro", like pyrotechnics (fireworks), which go up and are red

Onychogryphosis - "ram's horn" - there's a mythical creature called a "gryphon" (has the head/wings of an eagle and the body of a lion), so I remembered the animal connection

Onychorrhexis - split or brittle nails have a series of lengthwise ridges - if a Tyrannosaurus Rex scratched your nails with his claws he'd leave the ridges

Furrows vs. corrugations - if you were planting corn, you'd look at the rows from top to bottom; if you looked at a cross-section of cardboard (which is corrugated), you'd see hills and valleys going from right to left

Paronychia - red, inflamed tissue around the nail - I'd be paranoid to get an infection if I went to a "McNails" salon (also known as felon or run-around - a felon would give you the run-around before he was caught "red-handed"

This next one needs a warning for possible inappropriateness, but take it anatomically, not as though I've got my mind in the gutter (which I probably do...) : )

pterygium - excess growth of skin adhering to the nail plate...
Pter = Peter = penis...if the "peter" isn't circumcised it will have extra skin

So, that's what I remember...hope it helps! Smile
Find all posts by this user
09-11-2007, 10:05 PM
Post: #9
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
NailEste :
> Okay - I just took my boards in August and here's some of the ones we came
> up with in class (some of these aren't necessarily disorders, and keep in mind
> that some of them are kind of out of the ordinary):
>
> Onychophagy - the "old hag" with the bitten nails
>
> Onychomadesis - shedding of the nail plate - it kind of
> sounded like "funky cold madina", which will make you shed your clothes
>
> Pyogenic granuloma - lump of red tissue grows up from the nail bed to the nail
> plate - "Pyo" sounded like "pyro", like pyrotechnics (fireworks), which go
> up and are red
>
> Onychogryphosis - "ram's horn" - there's a mythical creature
> called a "gryphon" (has the head/wings of an eagle and the body of a lion),
> so I remembered the animal connection
>
> Onychorrhexis - split or brittle nails have a series of
> lengthwise ridges - if a Tyrannosaurus Rex scratched your nails with his claws
> he'd leave the ridges
>
> Furrows vs. corrugations - if you were planting corn, you'd look at the rows
> from top to bottom; if you looked at a cross-section of cardboard (which is
> corrugated), you'd see hills and valleys going from right to left
>
> Paronychia - red, inflamed tissue around the nail - I'd
> be paranoid to get an infection if I went to a "McNails" salon (also known
> as felon or run-around - a felon would give you the run-around before he was
> caught "red-handed"
>
> This next one needs a warning for possible inappropriateness, but take it anatomically,
> not as though I've got my mind in the gutter (which I probably do...) :
> )
>
> pterygium - excess growth of skin adhering to the nail plate.
> ..
> Pter = Peter = penis...if the "peter" isn't circumcised it will have extra
> skin
>
> So, that's what I remember...hope it helps! Smile



That last one for peter just made me spit soda all over my computer screen... ohhh thats to funny :lol:
Find all posts by this user
09-11-2007, 10:42 PM
Post: #10
 (Print Post)
Re: a good way to memorize nail disorders
0
0
Ok, first of all I have to say how surprised I am that so many of you did the same thing as me to remember the disorders. When I was in school everyone laughed at me when I told them how I was remembering things.

Onychophagy--this one can be pronounced two different ways. I chose the one that sounds like ony-COF-ogy...bitten nails, you will cough when you bite your nails and swallow.

Pterygium--reminded me of a pterydactyl and the skin growing like that looks like a pterydactyl wing.

Leukonychia--reminds me of leukemia...and with leukemia you will have lots of white cells.

Onychocryptosis--this was similar to what someone else said...crypt...in the ground/in the skin

Onychatrophia--'atrophy' means to waste away as in the muscles so this one was easy.

Onychogryposis--excessive growth or thickening...the term sounds like 'grow' to me

Melanonychia--melonin...color

Hope those help a bit!

Michele
Visit this user's website Find all posts by this user
09-11-2007, 11:50 PM
Post: #11
 (Print Post)
1 more
0
0
no one has mentioned

Onychauxis is evidenced by over-thickening of the nail plate and may be the result of internal disorders -- seek medical advice.

hmm i wonder who told me that one? (you know who you are!)

[Image: smileytransport018vj1.gif]
Find all posts by this user
12-10-2007, 04:54 AM
Post: #12
 (Print Post)
 
0
0
It's all Greek to me!! Thanks God for this :wink: I dont' even have to translate... all these medical conditions are taken from the Greek language

Andriani
Find all posts by this user
03-31-2008, 09:09 AM
Post: #13
 (Print Post)
Thanks
0
0
Ladies we are going over disorders and this helps SO MUCH.....

Thank you

Adriana
Find all posts by this user


Forum Jump:


User(s) browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

BeautyTech Home

SPONSORS
Industry Partners

NT Mailing List Sponsors

CONTESTS

click THIS/win STUFF...

SHOPPING

BeautyTech Shoppe
StarNail/Cuccio Naturale/CinaPro Shoppe
Odyssey Nail Shoppe
Empower Nail Art
HairCentral Shop
Swap & Shop
Salon Posters
Milady Publications

NETWORK

NailTech Connect
Message Boards
Mailing Lists
Network Events
Stay Informed

TOOLS

Shoppe Search
Forum Search
Licensing Info
Calendar
FREE Salon Listing
Photo Gallery

EVERYTHING ELSE

Advertise
Contact Us
Privacy Policy