- Autosomal dominant nail dysplasia
- Onychodystrophy totalis
- Onychodystrophy totalis, isolated
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A dermatologist recently advised that I have twenty-nail dystrophy. However, when I read about this, it is described as a childhood disorder. Only as an adult have my nails become brittle, with ridges vertical and horizontal. This has even affected my toenails. Also, I am losing a lot of hair. What causes twenty-nail dystrophy? Click here for answer