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CONGENITAL ANONYCHIA TOTALIS : A RARE OCCURRENCE IN A PAKISTANI FAMILY
This case report may be cited as: Ayaz SB, Mujahid TA, Matee S, Ayaz F. Congenital anonychia totalis: A rare occurrence in a Pakistani family. J Postgrad Med Inst 2017; 31(1): 88-92. ABSTRACT Anonychia totalis is a rare disease characterized by complete absence of finger and toe nails. Possible associations include anomalies of bones, teeth, skull, hair, skin and sweat glands besides hearing and intelligence impairments. We report here a 60-year-old woman with low back pain and tenderness atfatcat:grxsd4jqwrd3pdkb6shneia75m