Drug-Induced Nail Disorders: Prevention Is Best

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Prevention is the Best Option

Drug-induced nail changes are quite common. In addition to the well-recognised causative agents, numerous other drugs have occasionally been associated with the development of nail abnormalities. Knowledge of possible nail-related adverse effects may help to prevent their occurrence and so avoid diagnostic problems.


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