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Recognized features of the yellow nail syndrome include yellow nails, lymphedema, and pleural effusions. We report a patient with the additional feature of keratosis obturans, which may be a manifestation of this syndrome in the external ear.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Chest

Publication Date

12/1990

Volume

98

Pages

1534 - 1535

Keywords

Ear Canal, Ear Diseases, Female, Humans, Keratosis, Lymphedema, Middle Aged, Nail Diseases, Pleural Effusion, Syndrome