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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Lesion at finger and nail. The lesion is described as erythematous scaly itching rash with blistering at skin and exfoliative pitting nail. The nail lesion is more predominant at the tip of finger (which can reflect long-term exposure since nail regularly grows)

Figure 1: Lesion at finger and nail. The lesion is described as erythematous scaly itching rash with blistering at skin and exfoliative pitting nail. The nail lesion is more predominant at the tip of finger (which can reflect long-term exposure since nail regularly grows)