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Figure 2: Images of a normal finger nail in a 30-year-old female with no significant medical history. Arrows in each display where each abnormality would be located in fingernail. (a) Capillary loops in proximal nail-folds. (b) Erythema of proximal nail-fold. (c) Longitudinal curvature increase in nails. (d) Periungual erythema. (e) Red lunulae. (f) Splinter hemorrhages. (g) Thin nail plate. (h) Transverse curvature increase in nails. (i) White dull color in fingernails

Figure 2: Images of a normal finger nail in a 30-year-old female with no significant medical history. Arrows in each display where each abnormality would be located in fingernail. (a) Capillary loops in proximal nail-folds. (b) Erythema of proximal nail-fold. (c) Longitudinal curvature increase in nails. (d) Periungual erythema. (e) Red lunulae. (f) Splinter hemorrhages. (g) Thin nail plate. (h) Transverse curvature increase in nails. (i) White dull color in fingernails