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Periungual erythema with telangiectasia of the proximal nail fold may occur in patients with collagen vascular disease. A similar eruption involving the skin overlying the proximal and distal interphalangeal joints makes the most likely diagnosis:
This 8-year-old child has dull-appearing, rough-surfaced nails. They are frayed at the edges, brittle, and mycologically negative. Formerly called 20-nail dystrophy of childhood, the currently used designation is: