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Autosomal dominant nail dysplasia
Nail dysplasia is an idiopathic nail dystrophy, beginning in early childhood, and characterised by excessive longitudinal striations and loss of nail luster affecting all 20 nails.
Few families have been described.
Histopathological analysis should exclude lichen planus or other skin diseases.
Transmission is autosomal dominant.
The disorder progressively resolves.