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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by jojo, Jan 10, 2007.

  1. jojo

    jojo Member


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    Im a 1st yr podiatry student, and I have to do a presentation on how thw the nail displayes illness throughout the body. Can anyone help I dont Know where to start. Any Ideas :confused:

    Thank you

    JoJo
     
  2. bkelly11

    bkelly11 Active Member

    Hi jojo

    Neales disorders of the foot, has a section on the human nail and its disorders. should get you started, for example hippocritic nails (clubbing) are associated to chronic pulmonary or cardiac disease.


    good luck

    bkelly11
     
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