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>Revistas >Dermatología Revista Mexicana >Año 2013, No. 4


Meshkov L, Tosti A
Síndrome de la uña amarilla. Revisión con enfoque en el diagnóstico, patología y tratamiento
Dermatología Rev Mex 2013; 57 (4)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 66
Paginas: 251-260
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RESUMEN

El síndrome de la uña amarilla es la tríada de enfermedades pulmonares, linfedema y cambios característicos en las uñas. En ausencia de secuelas pulmonares o linfedematosas, este síndrome debe incluirse entre los diferenciadores de las alteraciones de las uñas, y frecuentemente constituye un diagnóstico de exclusión. La enfermedad de las uñas probablemente es causada por anormalidades de los vasos linfáticos, pero el mecanismo exacto aún no está claro. La esclerosis del estroma de la uña y compuestos bioquímicos acumulados que ocasionan obstrucción linfática son una posible explicación. El tratamiento que se cita con más frecuencia contra los cambios de las uñas en este síndrome es la terapia con vitamina E, aunque los reportes de éxito varían y se carece de evidencia en cuanto a otras opciones de tratamiento. Comúnmente se reporta la recuperación espontánea de la uña después del alivio de los síntomas pulmonares y otras alteraciones subyacentes. Otros trastornos médicos se han vinculado con la alteración y por ello han influido en las decisiones de tratamiento. Mientras que el síndrome de la uña amarilla en adultos es esporádico, los casos pediátricos indican herencia genética, lo que confunde aún más el origen del padecimiento.


Palabras clave: síndrome de la uña amarilla, uñas distróficas, vitamina E.


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