The Frequency of Nail Changes and Disorders in Iraqi People above 50 Years Old

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Background: Nail changes associated with ageing are common in the elderly and include characteristic modifications of color, contour, growth, surface, thickness and histology. No cutaneous examination is complete without a careful clinical evaluation of the nails. Objective: The aim of present work is to assess the frequency of senile nail changes and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Maluki2016TheFO, title={The Frequency of Nail Changes and Disorders in Iraqi People above 50 Years Old}, author={Azar Hadi Maluki and Alaa S. Al-Hulli and A. S. Al-Hulli}, year={2016} }