onychomadesis

onychomadesis
on·y·cho·ma·de·sis

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  • onychomadesis — Complete shedding of the nails, usually associated with systemic disease. [onycho + G. madesis, a growing bald, fr. madao, to be moist, (of hair) fall off] * * * on·y·cho·ma·de·sis .än i kō mə dē səs n, pl de·ses .sēz loosening and shedding of… …   Medical dictionary

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  • онихомадезис — (onychomadesis; онихо + греч. madesis облысение) приобретенная анонихия …   Большой медицинский словарь

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  • Nail disease — or disorder Classification and external resources Onychia without granuloma ICD 10 L …   Wikipedia

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