Suggest remedy for split nail despite having negative biopsy result
Longitudinal erythronychia, has multiple causes
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I have reviewed the attached photograph and you are having longitudinal erythronychia.
It has multiple causes. It can occur secondary to some skin and nail diseases like lichen planus, darrier's disease, discoid lupus erythematosus and psoriasis.
It can also occur in association with dermal tumours as well as tumours of bone and cartilage that arise from the distal phalanx.
Sometimes there doesn't appear to be any primary disease to provide an explanation for these pink lines.
Since you have undergone biopsy and it is normal their is no need to worry.