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Psoriatic Arthritis: Nail Changes, Rash and Arthritis
Characteristic erythema and swelling of the distal interphalangeal joints are displayed in both hands. In addition, the left fourth proximal interphalangeal joint is diffusely swollen, giving a ""sausage-like"" appearance. The typical nail changes of psoriasis include fragmentation, discoloration, pitting, and onycholysis (distal separation of the nail from its base due to subungual hyperkeratosis). Psoriatic skin changes are seen at the base of the fourth finger and dorsum of the left hand.
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Psoriatic Arthritis: Nail Changes, Rash and Arthritis
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Characteristic erythema and swelling of the distal interphalangeal joints are displayed in both hands. In addition, the left fourth proximal interphalangeal joint is diffusely swollen, giving a ""sausage-like"" appearance. The typical nail changes of psoriasis include fragmentation, discoloration, pitting, and onycholysis (distal separation of the nail from its base due to subungual hyperkeratosis). Psoriatic skin changes are seen at the base of the fourth finger and dorsum of the left hand.
Reference Number:
99-07-0016
Body Site:
Hand
Disease:
Psoriatic Arthritis
Image Type:
Photograph
Color Mode:
Color
File Name:
99-07-0016.tif
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