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Brittle nails: sources and notes

Koblenzer PJ Common bacterial infections of the nails; 1978.

Onychomycosis: Nail fungal infection, more than a cosmetic problem; Patient information pamphlet from the Council for Nail Disorders, Schamburg, 1996.

Baran R., in: Bagot M. 33 new concepts & methods that have marked the evolution of dermatology over the last fifteen years. Flight 1. Scientific editions L & C, Galderma, 2006.

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