Onychomycosis, a common adult malady, is not a common cause of pediatric onychodystrophy
, so providers should cast a broader diagnostic net, according to Dr.
In the research of Salas-Campos et al., (2009) clinical cases of onychodystrophy
were reviewed, where all patients presented onychomycosis due to non-dermatophytic fungi of different genera; which coincides with our results (23).
Although the rate of onychomycosis in all-comers with onychodystrophy
is estimated to be 50%, the rate of onychomycosis in patients who are suspected by clinicians to have onychomycosis (i.e., the post-test probability after physician assessment) is unknown.
The classic CCS dermatological triad includes alopecia, skin hyperpigmentation, and onychodystrophy
Keywords: porokeratosis of Mibelli, onychodystrophy
, cornoid lamella
Pitting of nails and onychodystrophy
after PR has also been reported.
Lichen striatus with onychodystrophy
. Arch Dermatol.
(1) It is an uncommon subset of psoriatic arthritis that is characterized by psoriatic onychodystrophy
, onycholysis, connective tissue thickening above the distal phalanx as well as specific radiologic changes such as periosteal reaction and bone erosions of the distal phalanges.
Q: MY black lab has got Lupoid Onychodystrophy
and has had it a year now.
(A) Blue discoloration of the right big and second toe with distal gangrene and onychodystrophy
. (B) One week later, all toes on the right foot presented with dry gangrene.
Gschnait, "Coincidence of vitiligo, alopecia areata, onychodystrophy
, localized scleroderma and Lichen Planus," Dermatologica, vol.
Extraintestinal manifestations are alopecia, dermal hyperpigmentation, onychodystrophy
, diarrhoea, protein loosing enteropathy, and/or dysgeusia.