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  1. Genetics Home Reference: Clouston syndrome From the National Institutes of Health (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... or absent. Abnormal growth of fingernails and toenails (nail dystrophy) is also characteristic of Clouston syndrome. The nails ... and misshapen. In some people with Clouston syndrome, nail dystrophy is the most noticeable feature of the disorder. ...
  2. ... bed, and chronic destruction of the nail plate (nail dystrophy). Other conditions that can affect the appearance of the nails include systemic amyloidosis , malnutrition, vitamin deficiency, and lichen ...
  3. ... fingernails and toenails that do not grow normally (nail dystrophy). How common is microphthalmia with linear skin defects ...
  4. ... keratoderma), and nails that do not grow normally (nail dystrophy). Infants with NBCIE may develop infections, an excessive ...
  5. Genetics Home Reference: Pachyonychia congenita From the National Institutes of Health (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... adulthood. Almost everyone with pachyonychia congenita has hypertrophic nail dystrophy, which causes the fingernails and toenails to become ...
  6. Genetics Home Reference: Dyskeratosis congenita From the National Institutes of Health (National Library of Medicine)  
    ... toenails that grow poorly or are abnormally shaped (nail dystrophy); changes in skin coloring (pigmentation), especially on the ...
  7. Nail Splitting (Onychoschizia) (Logical Images)  
    ... of the nail. Overview Onychoschizia, commonly known as nail splitting but also known as onychoschisis or lamellar dystrophy, is a condition that causes horizontal splits within ...
  8. ... RSDS; Causalgia - RSD; Shoulder-hand syndrome; Reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome; Sudeck's atrophy ... switching between warm or cold Faster growth of nails and hair Muscle spasms and joint pain Severe ...
  9. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons)  
    ... affected limb. There may be faster-than-normal nail and hair growth and excessive sweating. Acute stage ...
  10. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (American Society for Surgery of the Hand)  
    ... CRPS) Page Content Formerly Known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) What is Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)? ... and thin, and sometimes excessively sweaty Changes in nail and hair growth patterns Swelling and stiffness in ...
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