Table 44 Causes of thick nails often associated with onycholysis

Psoriasis/Reiter's syndrome (Figures 4.14, 4.15) Onychomycosis (Figure 4.19) Pityriasis rubra pilaris (Figure 4.20) Pachyonychia congenita (Figures 4.21-4.23) Contact eczema Mineral oils Cement

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Yellow nail syndrome

Figure 4.25

Darier's disease—distal, irregular, subungual thickening.

Figure 4.25

Darier's disease—distal, irregular, subungual thickening.

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