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Terry's nails
ICD-10 L60
ICD-9 703

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]

Overview

Terry's nails is a physical finding in which fingernails and/or toenails appear white with a characteristic "ground glass" appearance, with no lunula.

Pathophysiology

Associated Conditions

It frequently occurs in the setting of the following conditions.

Eighty percent of patients with severe liver disease have Terry's nails.

Causes

Common Causes

The condition is thought to be due to a decrease in vascularity and an increase in connective tissue within the nail bed.

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