Keys to diagnosing and treating dystrophic toenails
from Podiatry Today
Abnormal toenails are a common concern among podiatric patients. In a thorough review of the literature on dystrophic toenails, this author emphasizes key principles in the diagnostic workup, pertinent clinical signs to aid in the differential diagnosis and when clinicians should have an elevated index of suspicion for malignant processes.
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