By Antonella Tosti, Robert Baran, Ivan Bristow, Rodney P. R. Dawber, Ekart Haneke
Like its predecessors, Text Atlas of Nail issues, 3rd edition is destined to develop into a useful diagnostic device. The authors comprehensively hide pathologies affecting the toe and finger nails. They profile each one pathology, from universal to infrequent problems, and help them with large colour photos. This most modern version includes new fabric on podiatry and research strategies together with histopathology, ultrasonography and MRI, and dermatoscopy making this a useful prognosis reduction for dermatologists and podiatrists.
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Extra resources for A Text Atlas of Nail Disorders: Techniques in Investigation and Diagnosis
62 Onychatrophy due to oral etretinate therapy. 63 Onychatrophy—acrosclerosis. 64 Onychatrophy and koilonychia in cicatricial pemphigoid. 65 Onychatrophy due to sarcoidosis with bone involvement. 66 Onychatrophy after Stevens-Johnson syndrome. 67 Onychatrophy in epidermolysis bullosa. 68 Onychatrophy in a child with epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica. 69 Onychatrophy—epidermolysis bullosa dystrophies. 70 Onychatrophy—pustular psoriasis. 72 Onychatrophy—lichen planus with total nail loss. 71 Onychatrophy—lichen planus.
32 Brachyonychia—nail biting. 33 (a) Brachyonychia associated with bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism; (b) radiograph of (a). (Courtesy of B. 5 Hereditary forms of broad nails (some also with pseudoclubbing) Disease InheritanceClinical features Acrocephalosyndactyly AD Craniosynostosis, syndactyly, ankylosis and other skeletal deformities Acrodysostosis AD Finger nails short, broad and oval in shape; short fingers; nasal and midface A text atlas of nail disorders Berk-Tabatznik syndrome ? Familial mandibuloacral dysplasia AR Keipert syndrome AR or XR Larsen’s syndrome AR or AD Nanocephalic dwarfism AR Otopalatodigital syndrome XR or AR Pleonosteosis ?
Hypoplasia of the nail plates is a hallmark of the nail-patella syndrome; in the least affected cases only the ulnar half of each thumb nail is missing. 70) Onychatrophy presents as a reduction in size and thickness of the nail plate, often accompanied by fragmentation and splitting, for example in lichen planus. It may progressively worsen, scar tissue eventually replacing the atrophic nail plate. 57 Congenital absence of nails. 58 Congenital absence of nails in the DOOR syndrome. 59 Micronychia in congenital ectodermal dysplasia.