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Introduction Ronger et al. [1] reported in their study that dermoscopy of a subungual hemorrhage reveals round structures in the proximal edge of the lesion, and a somewhat linear distribution in the distal portion. Dermoscopic examination of a subungual hemorrhage generally demonstrates well-circumscribed reddish dots and lacunas, or a homogeneous area in the proximal area […]