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By Robert Baran, Ivan Bristow, Rodney P. R. Dawber, Ekart Haneke, Antonella Tosti

ISBN-10: 1841840963

ISBN-13: 9781841840963

A useful diagnostic reduction for dermatologists and podiatrists. accomplished insurance of pathologies affecting the toe and finger nails is completed via complete dialogue, supported through broad use of colour images.

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33 (a) Brachyonychia associated with bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism; (b) radiograph of (a). (Courtesy of B. 5 Hereditary forms of broad nails (some also with pseudoclubbing) Disease InheritanceClinical features Acrocephalosyndactyly AD Craniosynostosis, syndactyly, ankylosis and other skeletal deformities Acrodysostosis AD Finger nails short, broad and oval in shape; short fingers; nasal and midface A text atlas of nail disorders Berk-Tabatznik syndrome ? Familial mandibuloacral dysplasia AR Keipert syndrome AR or XR Larsen’s syndrome AR or AD Nanocephalic dwarfism AR Otopalatodigital syndrome XR or AR Pleonosteosis ?

24). 25) Eunuchoidism Hypopituitarism Hypohidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. 24 Dolichonychia (long nails). 25 Dolichonychia in Marfan’s syndrome. 34) the width of the nail plate (and the nail bed) is greater than the length. It may occur in isolation or in association with shortening of the terminal phalanx. This ‘racquet thumb’ is usually inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. All the fingers may rarely be involved. The epiphyses of the terminal phalanx of the thumb usually undergo closure between 13 and 14 years of age in girls, slightly later in A text atlas of nail disorders 30 boys.

It may occur in isolation or in association with shortening of the terminal phalanx. This ‘racquet thumb’ is usually inherited as an autosomal dominant trait. All the fingers may rarely be involved. The epiphyses of the terminal phalanx of the thumb usually undergo closure between 13 and 14 years of age in girls, slightly later in A text atlas of nail disorders 30 boys. In individuals with this hereditary defect the epiphyseal line is obliterated on the affected side by 7–10 years of age, only occurring at the usual later age in the normal thumb.

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