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    Finger clubbing. May be secondary to heart disease or anaemia.
     

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    Nail clubbing \ drumstick thingers, in most of the cases caused by chronic cyanotic heart or lung disease.
     

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    nail bed is normal so no clubbibg. pulp hypertrophy.
     

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    Onychocryptosis....
     

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    onycomycosis
     

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