Congenital Malalignment of the Nails

ABSTRACT Congenital malalignment of the toenail is characterized by the lateral (rarely medial) deviation of nail plates that affects mostly the great toes from one foot or both, but has also been described on other toes, even on the hands. This nail disease is still considered a rare entity, although it is not a rare clinical observation in Read More …

Hand-biting Lesions in a Child — a Challenging Diagnosis

ABSTRACT Background: Self-induced skin lesions, especially in young children, can create confusion within pediatricians, dermatologists, or other medical care providers, leading to different diagnoses, unnecessary investigations, and delaying the correct therapeutic psychiatric evaluation. Case report: We report the case of a 4-year-old boy who was referred to Dermatology after being hospitalized in the Allergy Department Read More …