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Year : 2000  |  Volume : 66  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 103-

Nail changes after carbamazepine

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Adarsh Chopra

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Antiepileptics are known to produce different types of side effects including nail changes. A 20-year-old epileptic man had yellowish discolouration followed by dystrophy and onycholysis of his 15 nails after taking carbamazepine for 3 months which cleared within six months after discontinuation of the drug. This type of change has not been reported earlier with carbamazepine

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