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Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

Overview

A rare genetic ectodermal disorder characterized by thick nails

Symptoms - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

* Progressive nail thickening * Yellow-brown discoloration of nails * Pinched nail margins * Upward angulation of end of nails * Hypoplastic nails * Plantar bullae * Palmar bullae * Epidermal cysts * Verrucous lesions * Verrucous lesions on elbows * Verrucous lesions on knees * Verrucous lesions on lower legs * Teeth present at birth * Premature primary tooth loss by 4-6 months * Early loss of secondary teeth * Dental caries

Causes - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

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Prevention - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

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Diagnosis - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

* Fever Tests * Ear Infection Tests * Flu Tests

Prognosis - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

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Treatment - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

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Resources - Pachyonychia congenita Jackson Lawler type

Jackson-Lawler type pachyonychia congenita: Another name for Pachyonychia congenital syndrome type II

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