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Nail disease. The explanation and synonym of July M Quinones are more for the Latin suffix taken from the Greek _osis, _sis (969; 963; 953; 962; 963; 953; 962; process, training) which is used in medicine to indicate a pathology; and in this specific case for the nails, from the Greek 959; 957; 965; 958; (onyx nail). Not to be confused with Onychomycosis, which is included but is not synonymous with onicosis.
In biology and botany it means divide or branching into three parts. Trifurcating. In theology it is considered that the man is divided in body, soul and spirit. In mathematics, applied the law of Trichotomy. In philosophy it is set or events can be classified into three aspects or ways. Divided or separated between three (agent, patient, Act), event (conception, judgment, reasoning), intellectual aspects in communication (sender, message, receiver). Establish trios or triads. In medicine it is shaving the pubic hair in preparation for surgery patients.
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