The term paronychysis has been used to describe a condition that affects people of all ages, but is particularly common in adults.
It is the result of a combination of dehydration and infection.
The condition causes a person’s eyes to swell and the cornea to tear.
There are no treatments for paronycha, which affects around 4% of the population.
What is paronychetic encephalomyelitis?
The term ‘paronychial encephalopathy’ is often used to refer to paronychalous encephalitis, or PEN, which is a condition caused by the same infection.
PEN is a viral infection that can cause damage to the brain.
It causes symptoms such as confusion, confusion, headache, and memory loss.
Symptoms include: headaches and eye pain