A 34-year-old male presents with a painful fingernail. On examination there is a small purple red spot beneath the nail. She denies trauma to the finger . What is the most likely diagnosis.
a. Subungal haematoma.
b. Splinter haemorrhages
c. Glomus tumour
d. Subungual hyperkeratosis
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