The taxanes are new antineoplastic agents used in the treatment of advanced breast, ovarian, lung and head and neck cancers. Nail changes from taxanes include nail pigmentation, splinter hemor­rhage, Beau’s line, onycholysis, subungual suppura­tion, acute paronychia and subungual abscesses.

We report a patient with onycholysis and sub­ungual abscesses involving all finger nails, which developed after 4 months of taxane administration to treat advanced lung cancer. canadian cialis