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Skin Appendage Disord (2018) 4 (4): 217–229.
Published Online: 23 January 2018
.... Children Newborns Toddlers Koilonychia Trachyonychia Congenital disorders The occurrence of nail diseases in infants and children is uncommon. Ethnic, socioeconomic, and environmental factors influence their incidence. Most publications regarding nail diseases refer to single cases of rare...
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Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2017) 2 (3-4): 109–115.
Published Online: 21 September 2016
...Jessica S. Haber; Manasmon Chairatchaneeboon; Adam I. Rubin Trachyonychia is a disorder of the nail unit that most commonly presents with rough, longitudinally ridged nails (opaque trachyonychia) or less frequently, uniform, opalescent nails with pits (shiny trachyonychia). The term trachyonychia...
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Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2016) 2 (1-2): 49–51.
Published Online: 21 May 2016
...Tomo Sakiyama; Ayaka Chaya; Tomoko Shimizu; Tamotsu Ebihara; Masataka Saito Trachyonychia, also known as 20-nail dystrophy or rough nails, is characterized by surface roughness and opacity of the nail due to extensive longitudinal ridging [ 1,2,3 ]. The condition may be idiopathic or associated...
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Dermatology
Skin Appendage Disord (2016) 2 (1-2): 7–13.
Published Online: 30 April 2016
...Audrey A. Jacobsen; Antonella Tosti Background/Aims: The term trachyonychia, also known as twenty-nail dystrophy, is used to describe thin, brittle nails with excessive longitudinal ridging. The term twenty-nail dystrophy has been incorrectly applied to other conditions that can affect all twenty...