A 30 years man came with destructive nails of fingers of right hand for 6 months. no itching, no pain. what may be the diagnosis?

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Paronychia..

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Unilateral nail changes which look like spoon shaped changes can not be due to Iron deficiency anemia. Close examination of little finger shows chronic paronychia other nail changes point to the diagnosis of onychomycosis. Both the thongs caused by fungus infection. Such findings are more common in housemaids or the person involved in job where his hands are wet most of the time I.e. dishwasher in a hotel

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Spoon shaped...koilonychia due to anaemia Bleeding.....endocarditis

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Reply mental symptom

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This is due to chronic fungal infection of the nailbed.

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Iron deficiency anemia with fungal infection

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It's a KOLIKYHAM

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Kolikyham of nail

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I think it may be deficiency disorder

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Maybe anemic

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