A healthy, 47-year-old woman complains of difficulty grasping large objects. She has had “thick skin” for many years (Figure 1). Her history and examination confirm that her difficulty stems from a thumb web space contracture (FIGURE 2,
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- Stolz W.
- Schiffner R.
- Landthaler M.
Type I pachyonychia congenital (Jadarssohn-Lewandowsky).
Klin Padiatr. 1999; 211: 179-183
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Pachyonychia congenital. Keratin gene mutations with pleiotropic effect.
Hautarzt. 1999; 50: 483-490
- Lim T.W.
- Paik J.H.
- Kim N.I.
A case of pachyonychia congenital with oral leukoplakia and steatocystoma multiplex.
J Dermatol. 1999; 26: 677-681
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- Type I pachyonychia congenital (Jadarssohn-Lewandowsky).Klin Padiatr. 1999; 211: 179-183
- Pachyonychia congenital. Keratin gene mutations with pleiotropic effect.Hautarzt. 1999; 50: 483-490
- A case of pachyonychia congenital with oral leukoplakia and steatocystoma multiplex.J Dermatol. 1999; 26: 677-681
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