Psoriasis Vulgaris Plaque
Psoriasis vulgaris, Koebner phenomenon. Well-delineated erythematous plaque with a silvery-white scale characteristic of psoriasis.
Psoriasis vulgaris, scalp and nail findings. Pinpoint pits and distal onycholysis (so-called "oil-spot" discoloration) seen in the fingernails of a child with psoriasis.
Psoriasis Vulgaris Erythematous
Psoriasis vulgaris. Well-delineated erythematous plaque located on the elbow of a child with psoriasis.
WebMD defines scalp psoriasis and explains its causes, symptoms, and treatments like special shampoos and conditioners.
How to Handle Psoriasis in Sensitive Areas
Psoriasis flares on areas like your face and genitals can be more embarrassing, painful, and harder to treat. Here are some things to consider.
How to Pick a Topical Corticosteroid for Psoriasis
Find out how to choose a corticosteroid that you put on your skin to treat the itchy, red patches that go along with psoriasis.
Psoriasis: Emotional Support During Treatment
Treating psoriasis can be stressful. WebMD offers tips for getting the support you need.
Tracking Your Psoriasis Outbreaks
Many people with psoriasis believe certain activities or substances may trigger their psoriasis outbreaks. Take these tips from WebMD for tracking your outbreaks to see if there are patterns that can help you reduce your psoriasis symptoms.
The Emotional Toll of Psoriasis
As a lot of people with psoriasis know, one of the worst aspects of having the condition is coping with other people's reaction to it. Learn more from WebMD about the emotional toll of having psoriasis.
Why Do I Feel So Itchy?
Itchy skin is a common problem that can be hard to diagnose. Here’s look at the possible causes, from minor irritants to serious illnesses.