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Transverse leukonychia and AIDS
  1. V O de Carvalho1,
  2. C R da Cruz2,
  3. L P Marinoni3,
  4. J H C Lima4
  1. 1Rua Richard Strauss, 62 Vista Alegre, Curitiba-Paraná, CEP 80-820-110, Brazil
  2. 2Hospital de Clínicas da UFPR, Rua General Carneiro 181, 14 andar, Curitiba-Paraná, Brazil
  3. 3Hospital de Clínicas da UFPR, Rua General Carneiro 181, 14 andar, Curitiba-Paraná, Brazil
  4. 4Hospital de Clínicas da UFPR, Rua General Carneiro 181, 14 andar, Curitiba-Paraná, CEP 80-060-090, Brazil
  1. Correspondence to:
    Dr V O de Carvalho
    Rua Richard Strauss, 62 Vista Alegre, Curitiba-Paraná, CEP 80-820-110, Brazil; rcarvalho50{at}hotmail.com

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An 8 year old boy with a history of perinatally acquired HIV, who was CDC immunological category 3 (T CD4+ = 4/μl),1 and had been treated for six years with zidovudine and ritonavir, developed white lines in all fingernails three months after having pneumonia (fig 1). The …

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