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PSORIASIS Skin Infection

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Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin disease. It causes pain, itchiness and irritation.

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Psoriasis patches have a clear demarcation from healthy skin. Eczema is spread out, without clear edges. Psoriasis vs Eczema

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-Plaque psoriasis -Guttate psoriasis -Inverse psoriasis -Pustular psoriasis -Erythrodermic psoriasis There are 5 types of psoriasis

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Plaque Psoriasis -Legs

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Plaque Psoriasis Elbow

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Plaque Psoriais Elbow

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Plaque Psoriasis Elbow

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Plaque Psoriasis Elbow

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Plaque Psoriasis

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Plaque Psoriasis

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Plaque Psoriasis Belly

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Scalp Psoriasis

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Scalp Psoriasis

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Guttate Psoriasis

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Guttate Psoriasis

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Guttate Psoriasis

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Erythrodermic Psoriasis Whitish reddish silvery scales of dead skin cells

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Flexural or Inverse Psoriasis

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Under the Breasts Flexural or Inverse Psoriasis

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Genitals Flexural or Inverse Psoriasis

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Pustular Psoriasis

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Pustular Psoriasis

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Nail Psoriasis

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Nail Psoriasis

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Nail Psoriasis

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Summary: Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin infection that causes pain, itching and irritation. The pain occasionally produces a burning and stinging sensation. Psoriasis is often confused with eczema. Psoriasis is not eczema. Eczema tends to be spread out over the skin without distinct borders. Psoriasis patches are distinctively demarcated from the surrounding healthy skin. Psoriasis patches are slightly elevated above healthy skin. Their colour has different shades ranging from red, white to silvery. If left untreated, the psoriatic condition may aggravate to arthritis, cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, depression, metabolic syndrome or Crohn’s disease.

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