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Rough palms with dry scales, onycholysis, yellow discoloration in nails. Treatment?

Hi i developed rough palms and onycholysis about 4 - 5 years ago with the terminal end of my nails appearing slightly yellow while undersurface of my fingernail tips have whitish yellow stuff. Most annoying is that i also have whitish dry peeling scales on both palms and extensor surface of my fingers, and also on my elbows. Finally, the lesions on my palms, soles and elbows come and go over these 4 years, but my onycholysis and nail changes have persisted. What do i do please
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Hi i think yellow discolouration is a fungal infection.onycholysis and palmar lesion is tinea will come and go until yellow discoloration is should be treated with flucanazole 150mg weekly twice for 3months and application of kz cream twice daily over the palmar regions.u can also apply nailon inside the nails to get good response
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