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Mycosis of the nail: sources and notes

Author: Dr. Ada Picard.

Expert consultant: Dr. Coline Munsch, dermatologist.

Sources:

- Scrivener, JN. (2011) Onychomycosis: Epidemiology and Clinic, Revue Francophone des Laboratoires, Issue 432, Pages 35-41.
- French Society of Dermatology (2007), Onychomycosis: Methods of diagnosis and management, Ann Dermatol Venereol, Vol. 134: 5S7-16.

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