onychoptosis

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onychoptosis

the loosening and falling off of the fingernails.
See also: Fingers and Toes
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Physical exam revealed erythematous, scaly plaques on the palmar surfaces of her hands; her fingernails had onychomadesis and longitudinal ridging.
After several weeks, patients can experience desquamation of the palms and soles and/or onychomadesis (9).
Onychomycosis secondary to onychomadesis: an underdiagnosed manifestation.
The woman went to a dermatologist six months after most of her toenails on both feet stopped growing and began to fall off, a condition known as onychomadesis. A doctor then ruled out any known causes of onychomadesis, such as major illness or a side effect of certain medications.
We hereby presented a case of Pveg with atypical presentation of chronic paronychia and onychomadesis.
Salazar, "Enterovirus co-infections and onychomadesis after hand, foot, and mouth disease, Spain, 2008," Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.
Onychomadesis associated with mouth, hand and foot disease.
Nail involvement was in the form of pigmentation, transverse ridges, Beau's lines, onychomadesis and onycholysis and corresponded to the extent of severity of the disease.
Hyperpigmentation, onycholysis, and onychomadesis are nail changes that can be seen after valproic acid use.
An outbreak of hand-foot-and-mouth disease mimicking chicken pox, with a frequent association of onychomadesis in Japan in 2009: a new phenotype caused by coxsackievirus A6.
With symptoms like fever, sore throat, followed by Maculopapular and vesicular lesions around the oral cavity, palms and soles and recently adding to the list is onychomadesis. As a result of nail matrix function arrest, there is transverse ridging (beau's lines), temporary loss of nail plate.