By Robert Baran, Ivan Bristow, Rodney P. R. Dawber, Ekart Haneke, Antonella Tosti
A useful diagnostic reduction for dermatologists and podiatrists. complete insurance of pathologies affecting the toe and finger nails is completed via complete dialogue, supported by way of large use of colour photos.
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3 Underlying disease, such as subungual exostosis of the toes and inflammatory osteoarthritis, should always be looked for, especially if the fingers are involved. 4 Some dermatological disorders, especially psoriasis, may also cause transverse overcurvature of the nails. 5 Localized overcurvature is observed in onychomatricoma. Tile-shaped nail The tile-shaped nail presents with an increase in the transverse curvature; the lateral edges of the nail remain parallel. 23). Although these deformities may be associated with ingrowing nails, inflammatory oedema due to the constriction of the enclosed soft tissues is unusual.
The asymmetry of the lateral osteophytes explains why the lateral deviation of the nail is even more pronounced than that of the distal phalanx. A text atlas of nail disorders 28 2 Acquired pincer nails can be attributed to wearing ill-fitting shoes. These nails are not usually symmetrical and the lesser toe nails are not generally affected. 17). 3 Underlying disease, such as subungual exostosis of the toes and inflammatory osteoarthritis, should always be looked for, especially if the fingers are involved.
45 Rolled micronychia. 46 Micronychia in congenital ectodermal dysplasia. 47 Micronychia—‘small nail field’ defect in hidrotic ectodermal dysplasia. 48 Micronychia in a child affected by AEC syndrome (ankyloblepharon, ectodermal dysplasia and cleft palate). 49 Macronychia of the middle finger. 50 Macronychia with macrodactyly in Proteus syndrome. 49). 50). 6 lists the known associations of micronychia and macronychia. 52 Bifid thumb. 51 Bifid toe. Duplication of the thumb is a sign of congenital polydactyly, one of the most common anomalies of the hand.
A Text Atlas of Nail Disorders: Techniques in Investigation and Diagnosis by Robert Baran, Ivan Bristow, Rodney P. R. Dawber, Ekart Haneke, Antonella Tosti