Hair Loss (Alopecia Areata)
Nails may have a stippled "beaten copper" appearance with alopecia areata.
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The below pictures illustrate infections that are found on the fingernails of children. The fingernail is the hardened protein that is at the end of the fingertip. Fingernails are subject to frequent injuries since they are used in many daily activities. Fingernails can be infected by fungus or even psoriasis, a chronic thickening and scaling of the skin caused by an immune system disorder. To find out more information about these health concerns, click the links below.