Onychogryphosis (also known as “ram’s horn nails”) is a hypertrophy that may produce nails resembling claws or a ram’s horn, possibly caused by trauma or peripheral vascular disorders, but most often secondary to neglect and failure to cut the nails for extended periods of time. Onychogryphosis is most commonly seen in the elderly, and some recommend avulsion of the nail plate with surgical destruction of the matrix with phenol or the CO2 laser, if the blood supply is good.
This retro, rustic camper is possibly the cutest motel in Austin, Texas. After restoration, this 1962 Vintage Beeline Camper has amenities like a fold out full-sized bed, fully functioning kitchen, and secret basement for storage. Although tiny, the reclaimed pallet board walls in the interior adds a rustic and homey charm. Plus, the camper is eco-friendly.