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Grey Turner Sign Pancreatitis 

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Paronychia
Inflammation of the nail folds - red, swollen, often tender. Frequent immersion in water a risk
#Fingernails #PhysicalExam ... #Clinical #Photo
Transverse Nail Ridges: Horizontal lines which are a marker of a past episode of severe illness
Photo
severe illness Photo ... Images #Clinical #Photo ... Ridges #UCSDH #PhysicalExam
Terry's Nails

Proximal paleness extending halfway up the nail, often eliminating the lunula. Darker distal band. Seen
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Muehrcke's Lines (Leukonychia striata)
Narrow while transverse lines (Not depressed, compared to Beau's lines). Usually 2 or
#Fingernails #PhysicalExam ... #Clinical #Photo
Acral Lentiginous Melanoma (involving nail)

While acral lentinginous melenoma is often seen anywhere on the palms, soles,
#Fingernails #PhysicalExam ... #Clinical #Photo
The diagonal crease in the lobe of the ear (Frank's sign) is a sign theoretically related
: 17891926 #PhysicalExam ... Earlobe #Clinical #Photo
Babinski Response: Note upgoing great toe upon stimulation of lateral foot in patient with
upper motor neuron
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Pemberton's sign- Suggests SVC syndrome, Neck Mass

The Pemberton maneuver is a physical examination tool used to
Pembertons #sign #PhysicalExam ... #Clinical #Photo
Transverse lines of the fingernails. (A) Beau’s lines (arrows) of the thumbnail. (B) Mees’ lines (arrowheads)
Ridges #Clinical #PhysicalExam ... #Photo