Miguel Ángel Cardona-Hernández

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Renal tubular acidosis is a disease prevalent in childhood, responsible for a decrease in growth due inadequate acid-base levels regulation. It is well known that systemic conditions can generate or accompany nail changes by different pathophysiologic mechanisms, however no one has ever found or reported any association of onychopathy with renal tubular(More)
Frontal fibrosing alopecia was recently described by Kossard, et al. as a progressive symmetrical recession of the frontal-temporal-parietal hairline affecting particularly postmenopausal women. Besides affecting the scalp, there are some cases in the literature with partial or total loss of the eyebrows, also involving the trunk, and superior extremities.(More)
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