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Figure 23: (a) Cartoon illustration of traumatic onycholysis. (b) Clinical feature of traumatic onycholysis on the right second toenail (patient). (c) Polarized dermoscopy of traumatic onycholysis due to trauma with a detachment of the plate from the bed appearing linear, regular, and smooth (red asterisks) surrounded by a normally pale pink bed without hyperkeratosis (blue arrows). On the right-side, brown to yellow-spikes extending to proximal nail indicated onychomycosis (×40)

Figure 23: (a) Cartoon illustration of traumatic onycholysis. (b) Clinical feature of traumatic onycholysis on the right second toenail (patient). (c) Polarized dermoscopy of traumatic onycholysis due to trauma with a detachment of the plate from the bed appearing linear, regular, and smooth (red asterisks) surrounded by a normally pale pink bed without hyperkeratosis (blue arrows). On the right-side, brown to yellow-spikes extending to proximal nail indicated onychomycosis (×40)