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What are the types of psoriasis?

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 Types of psoriasis include:

  • Plaque psoriasis: Most people (80%) have this type that causes raised, inflamed red skin (plaques) covered by scales that can be white or silver.
  • Pustular psoriasis: Blisters filled with pus (pustules), usually on your hands and feet.
  • Guttate psoriasis: Small inflamed red papules that show up anywhere on your body. 
  • Inverse psoriasis: Smooth, red skin appears in your armpits, groin, or under the breasts.
  • Erythrodermic psoriasis: Intensely red areas cover large sections of skin.

From: Tracking Your Psoriasis Outbreaks WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE:

American Academy of Dermatology: "Psoriasis Triggers" and "What Psoriasis Looks Like."

Reviewed by Debra Jaliman on October 28, 2019

SOURCE:

American Academy of Dermatology: "Psoriasis Triggers" and "What Psoriasis Looks Like."

Reviewed by Debra Jaliman on October 28, 2019

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