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Onychopapilloma - Nail and Distal Digit
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Onychopapilloma - Nail and Distal Digit

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Contributors: Vivian Wong MD, PhD, Susan Burgin MD, Shari Lipner MD, PhD
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Synopsis

Onychopapilloma is a rare asymptomatic benign tumor of the distal nail matrix and nail bed. The pathogenesis of onychopapilloma is unknown. Onychopapilloma typically occurs on a single digit, most commonly the thumb, followed by the second finger. Onychopapilloma can be a diagnostic challenge as it typically presents with longitudinal erythronychia that may mimic neoplasms and other inflammatory disorders clinically.

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ICD10CM:
L60.9 – Nail disorder, unspecified

SNOMEDCT:
711329002 – Papilloma

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Monodactylous longitudinal erythronychia:

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Last Reviewed: 04/13/2017
Last Updated: 04/13/2017
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Onychopapilloma - Nail and Distal Digit
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Onychopapilloma : Solitary nail or digit, Splinter hemorrhage, Onycholysis, Linear longitudinal erythronychia, Longitudinal leukonychia, Subungual mass
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