Celtic Tiger: A case of onychogryphosis

@article{Dermott2012CelticTA,
  title={Celtic Tiger: A case of onychogryphosis},
  author={Rory Mc Dermott and Rachel M. Kidney},
  journal={International Journal of Case Reports and Images},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={27-29}
}
  • R. Dermott, R. Kidney
  • Published 4 March 2012
  • Medicine
  • International Journal of Case Reports and Images
CASE REPORT This 79­year­old female was admitted via the Emergency Department having been found living alone in squalor. On examination she was unkempt, confused and obviously malnourished. Her lower limb examination revealed grossly hypertrophied and elongated toenails (“Ram’s horn” deformity) [1] affecting the hallux bilaterally (figure 1A, B). There was superficial ulcerations and cellulitis of the dorsum of both feet (figure 1B, C). Pedal pulses were normal. She was treated with intravenous… Expand
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