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Hyperthyroidism and Onycholysis

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7.14% of the posts that mention Onycholysis also mention Hyperthyroidism (14 posts)

Hyperthyroidism

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Hyperthyroidism is the term for overactive tissue within the thyroid gland causing an overproduction of thyroid hormones (thyroxine or "T4" and/or triiodothyronine or "T3"). Hyperthyroidism is thus a cause of thyrotoxicosis, the clinical condition of increased thyroid hormones in the blood. Hy... Read more on Wikipedia

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Onycholysis

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Onycholysis refers to the detachment of the nail from the nail bed, starting at its distal and/or lateral attachment. It is said to occur particularly on the ring finger but can occur on any of the fingernails. The most common cause of onycholysis is psoriasis. It can also occur in thyrotoxico... Read more on Wikipedia
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What patients are saying about Hyperthyroidism and Onycholysis

14 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
sweat VERY easily, sensitive to heat , onycholysis at...
...and Hyperthyroid Hello, I have been ...possibly bring on symptoms of hyperthyroid. I have brittle hair , ...fungus (3x in past year), sweat VERY easily, sensitive to heat , onycholysis at the...
The nails, when you are hyper, are growing too fast,...
...(of course). It is called onycholysis. The fingernails may partially separate ...is associated with the hyperthyroid state, and should improve ...nails. The nails, when you are hyper, are ...
suspect that I have mild Onycholysis, because some of my...
...do not have Hep C. Hyperthyroidism and malnutrition are also linked ...have all but disappeared. I also suspect that I have mild Onycholysis, because some of my nails are starting to separate...
onycholysis. Onycholysis improves after treatment of...
...dirt from accumulating under the nails. This is called onycholysis. Onycholysis improves after treatment of hyperthyroidism. The tips of the fingers may swell.This is called...
In a message dated 10/19/00 3:21:35 AM Eastern Daylight...
Onycholysis In a message dated 10/19/00 ...sure made it on the hyper list is Onycholysis which is separation of the ...and on, but she has Hashimoto's, not Graves'....
sure made it on the hyper list is Onycholysis which is ...
...cry to get them to behave. One symptom I'm not sure made it on the hyper list is Onycholysis which is separation of the nail from its bed. This condition, is said to usually...
palpitations and onycholysis can all be associated either...
...thyroiduk.healthunlocked.co... Insomnia and palpitations and onycholysis can all be associated either hypothyroid or hyperthyroid symptoms. Doesn't make it easy,does...
is called onycholysis. These are possible causes.. -...
...bed the condition is called onycholysis. These are possible causes.. - ...circulation in the fingers. - Overactive thyroid gland - Psoriasis - Fungal...
called onycholysis can occur while hyperthyroid, where...
...your thyroid disease: a condition called onycholysis can occur while hyperthyroid, where the fingernails become partially ...for the baby's mother to ignore hyperthyroid...
fingernails look like onycholysis is setting in. If you're...
...of my fingernails look like onycholysis is setting in. If you're not familiar, Onycholysis is the separation of ...gradually and is painless. An overactive thyroid gland can cause onycholysis....
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