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How often should I see my doctor if I have large-plaque parapsoriasis?

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You should be checked twice a year to make sure it hasn't become cancerous. Your doctor may need to take a small sample of your skin (a biopsy) to send to a labe and make sure. 

From: What if It's Not Psoriasis? WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Lewin, J. published online 2012. Dermatology Online Journal,

Medscape: "Parapsoriasis," "Psoriasis."

Merck Manual: "Parapsoriasis."

UpToDate: "Parapsoriasis (small plaque and large plaque parapsoriasis)."

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on July 02, 2018

SOURCES:

Lewin, J. published online 2012. Dermatology Online Journal,

Medscape: "Parapsoriasis," "Psoriasis."

Merck Manual: "Parapsoriasis."

UpToDate: "Parapsoriasis (small plaque and large plaque parapsoriasis)."

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on July 02, 2018

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