Figure 129

Hydroxyurea-induced pigmentation of an adult's finger nail. The dermoscopic pattern is similar to that of lentigo, with a greyish

A text atlas of nail disorders 310 background and thin grey lines (between the two short arrows).

Figure 12.10

Ethnic-type pigmentation of a toe nail plate in an adult of Hispanic descent. Dermoscopy shows a greyish background (between the two short arrows) and thin superimposed grey lines (long arrows).

Figure 12.10

Ethnic-type pigmentation of a toe nail plate in an adult of Hispanic descent. Dermoscopy shows a greyish background (between the two short arrows) and thin superimposed grey lines (long arrows).

Figure 12.11

Subungual haemorrhage in a child's toe nail (old lesion). Note the elongated, parallel linear pattern of the distal edge of the pigmentation (short arrow) and the purple-brown proximal blood spot (long arrow).

Figure 12.11

Subungual haemorrhage in a child's toe nail (old lesion). Note the elongated, parallel linear pattern of the distal edge of the pigmentation (short arrow) and the purple-brown proximal blood spot (long arrow).

Figure 12.12

Subungual haemorrhage in an adult's great toe nail (recent lesion). The pigmentation is characteristically purple with an elongated parallel linear pattern at the distal edge (short arrow) and a well-demarcated, rounded proximal edge with characteristic features of blood spots (long arrows).

Figure 12.12

Subungual haemorrhage in an adult's great toe nail (recent lesion). The pigmentation is characteristically purple with an elongated parallel linear pattern at the distal edge (short arrow) and a well-demarcated, rounded proximal edge with characteristic features of blood spots (long arrows).

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