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So, our next speakers are Dr. Del Rosso, who we heard from earlier this morning, and also Dr. Bonnie Halusky from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Dr. Ellu Ski has one of our colleagues working in her lab actively doing studies. Wendy Cantrell did, Wendy make it? Yeah, no. Okay, so, good morning, everybody. I'm Bonnie A. Loose Key from Birmingham, Alabama, not Michigan, and we're going to talk. Jim and I are going to do a little duo here on improving your diagnostic skills, simple office tests. So, I'm going to go first and I'm going to talk about three things. We're going to talk about the diagnosis of onychomycosis, we're going to talk a little bit about what to do in psoriasis, and third, we're going to discuss something that itches: scabies. So, let's first talk about onychomycosis. Onychomycosis begins as an extension of tinea pedis. Fungi don't just go from the carpet and pole-vault into your toenails. They actually first make a home on the bottom of your foot and cause tinea pedis. So, the first thing you have to do is look for tinea pedis. And that's exactly why when we look at onychomycosis, the fungus, the abnormality is in the distal region of the nail, in the region of the hypo Nikki because the fungus enters here from the bottom of the foot and extends from the distal to the proximal area. And I kind of drew here the amount where the fungus is living happily in a nail, and that patient has distal subungual onychomycosis. And that's important to know because every drug we have to treat onychomycosis is treating this type, distal subungual onychomycosis, also known as distal lateral subungual onychomycosis. And these are more slides showing distal or distal lateral subungual...