An almost-clear nail was one with 10% or less clinical involvement, with minimal onycholysis and subungual
APA-associated cardiac valve disease APA-associated livedo reticularis APA-associated nephropathy APA-associated thrombocytopenia Other skin manifestions Ulcerations, pseudo-vasculitic lesions, digital gangrene, superficial phlebitis, malignant atrophic papulosis-like lesions, subungual
splinter hemorrhages, and anetoderma (a circumscribed area of loss of dermal elastic tissue) Other neurological manifestations Cognitive dysfunction, chorea, headache or migraine, multiple sclerosis, transverse myelopathy, and epilepsy Table 4.
The patient was shown how to lift the distal end of the nail so that it did not press into the subungual
Tirnak psoriazisinde gorulen baslica bulgular, renk degisiklikleri (Sekil 1), lokonisi, toplu igne basi buyuklugunde cukurcuklar (pitting), onikolizis (Sekil 2), yuksuk tirnak (Sekil 3), tirnak plaginda kalinlasma (Sekil 1), tirnak yataginda yag damlasi gorunumu (Sekil 4), transvers sirtlanmalar, Beau cizgileri, splinter hemorajiler, subungual
hiperkeratoz (Sekil 1) ve psoriatik paronisidir.
Prior therapy consisted of subungual
injectable steroids with considerable pain and minimal relief of symptoms.
In cases of subungual
onychomycosis, the best specimen to collect is the waxy subungual
debris close to the junction of the nail bed.
I believe you're experiencing recurrent subungual
hematomas beneath the toenail.
The most common things are people will have some subungual
hematoma, or blood under the toe nail," said Dr.
Multiple mucocutaneous side effects have been described with the use of multitargeted tyrosine kinase inhibitors, including hand-foot syndrome, various rashes, pruritus, cheilitis, mucositis, eyelid edema, subungual
splinter hemorrhages, hair depigmentation, alopecia, and dry skin.
The dermatologic conditions included livedo reticularis, skin ulcerations, pseudovasculitis lesions, superficial skin necrosis, digital gangrenes, superficial phlebitis, multiple subungual
splinter hemorrhages, and anetoderma.
Individuals with HIV/AIDS also have a higher susceptibility and may have the proximal white subungual
type of onychomycosis.
Many types of nonneoplastic exophytic lesions of bone exist and include marginal osteophytes of degenerative joint disease; reactive lesions, such as subungual
exostosis and bizarre parosteal osseous proliferation; and osteochondroma.