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Hereditary koilonychia

Hereditary koilonychia: Introduction

Hereditary koilonychia: An inherited anomaly where the nails are flattened or concave-shaped rather than the normal curved shape. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Hereditary koilonychia is available below.

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