78 photos of psoriasis in diagnostics, types and localization

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Clinical features.

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Photo 1. Sharply delimited psoriatic plaque with white scales.

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Photo 2. Symmetrical red psoriatic lesions with minimal scaly skin.

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Photo 3. Dense psoriatic plaques with white and gray scales.

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Photo 4. Dense, spliced white psoriatic plaques on the scales.

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Photo 5.  Symmetrical dense white-gray spliced  plaques of an untreated psoriasis.

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Photo 6. Dense gray plaques of an untreated chronic scaly psoriasis.

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Photo 7. The  skin surface becomes red by scraping plaque without scales. And it  becomes white by scraping plaquewith scales.

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Photo 8. Two similar red psoriatic lesions. The right one has been scraped and  become visible with white flakes.

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Photo 9. Shining surface of psoriasis plaque after removing skin flakes.

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Photo 10. Capillary bleeding after the active psoriasis scales removal.

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Photo 11  Shiny surface and capillary bleeding after removal of scales with active psoriasis. There are neighboring adjacent plaques of psoriasis  shown.

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Photo 12. Symmetric psoriatic plaques on the elbows and forearm  extensor surface.

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Photo 13. Symmetric psoriatic plaques on the elbows. It is one of the most common places.

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Photo 14. Symmetric psoriatic plaques on the knees. Another common place of psoriasis localization.

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Photo 15. Large psoriatic plaques on the knees.

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Photo 16. Unilateral psoriasis. The unusual location.

Location and clinical forms.

Plaque psoriasis.

Photo 17. Many small plaques.

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Photo 18a. Small and medium-sized psoriatic plaques.

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Photo 18b. Various sizes of psoriatic plaques with a small amount of flakes  on the thighs .

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Photo 19. Various sizes of psoriatic plaques with white scales on the legs.

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Photo 20. Distribution of numerous large psoriatic plaques throughout the body.

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Photo 21. Large and small psoriatic plaques in the lower back.

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Photo 22. The large plaques on the trunk.

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Photo 23. Psoriatic plaques merge at the bottom of the legs.

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Photo 24. Extensive merging psoriatic plaques on the trunk.

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Photo 25a. Confluent plaques on the back. Almost all the skin is affected.

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Photo 25b.  Confluent psoriasis plaques. Only small areas of intact skin are seen.

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Photo 26. Psoriasis on the sacral area - another common place localization.

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Photo 27. Typical plaques of psoriasis on the sacral area. A favorite place of localization.

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Photo 28. Resorption of psoriasis represented as annular lesions.

Guttate psoriasis.

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Photo 29. The loss of pigment is seen in the place of a psoriatic plaques disappearance.

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Photo 30. Hypopigmentation after the disappearance of psoriasis.

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Photo 31. Areas with low content of pigment in places where previously had been psoriasis. These changes are more visible in dark-skinned people.

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Photo 32. Spot psoriasis. Papules on the trunk.

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Photo 33. Spot psoriasis on the chest and abdomen.

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Photo 34. Spot psoriasis on the side of the torso.

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Photo 35. Spot psoriasis on the back. The lesions indicate a tendency to spread.

Chronic combined patchy-droplet psoriasis.

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Photo 36. Guttate psoriasis that turned into a plaque form.

Kebner Symptom (phenomenon).

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Photo 37. The phenomenon of Kebner. Linear psoriasis  caused by wearing tight clothing at the waist.

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Photo 38. Positive Kebner Symptom. Linear psoriasis as a result of scratches.

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Photo 39. Kebner Symptom on-site surgery is particularly visible in the seams places.

 Eritrodermal psoriasis

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Photo 40. Eritrodermal psoriasis.

Pustular psoriasis.

Generalized pustular psoriasis.

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Photo 41 Gereralized pustular psoriasis. Confluent erythematous areas with numerous of small pustules.

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Photo 42. Generalized pustular psoriasis. Small blisters and superficial erosions.

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Photo 43. Numerous of small pustules on the redness background by generalized pustular psoriasis.

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Photo 44. Erythroderma  after generalized pustular psoriasis.

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Photo 45. Site of generalized pustular psoriasis on the leg.

Localized pustular psoriasis.

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Photo 46. Localized pustular psoriasis on the palm - erythema and desquamation.

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Photo 47. Symmetrical localized pustular psoriasis on the soles.

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Photo 48. The pustules and brown papules  characterize a localized pustular psoriasis on the soles.

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Photo 49. Massive pustular rash by a  localized pustular psoriasis.

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Photo 50. Pustular psoriasis on the foot edge.

Acral (boundary) psoriasis.

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Photo 51. Acral psoriasis. Nail bead red with scales. Nail dystrophy.

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Photo 52. Acral psoriasis. Massive nail dystrophy with the involvement of the cuticles.

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Photo 53. Acral psoriasis of the toes and dystrophy of the nails.

Seborrheic psoriasis

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Photo 54. Psoriasis on the face in the typical places of seborrheic dermatitis.

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Photo 55. Seborrheic psoriasis on the face (right bottom photo).

Psoriasis in the natural folds

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Photo 56. The spot ofpsoriasis in the crease under  breast.

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Photo 57.  Localized psoriasis in the intertrigo place of the groin area.

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Photo 58. The area of psoriasis in the armpit.

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Photo 59. Psoriasis in the genital and pubic area. A popular place of localization for children.

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Photo 60.  Psoriasis with the surrounding plaques in the natural crease between the buttocks (frequent place of localization for children).

 "Diapery" psoriasis (diapers psoriasis)

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Photo 61. Confluent lesion of a diaper place. Papules and plaques on the trunk by diapery psoriasis.

Linear psoriasis.

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Photo 62. Linear psoriasis.

Psoriasis in the other places.

Psoriasis on the scalp skin.

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Photo 63. Scalp skin psoriasis that spreads to the hairline.

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Photo 64. Psoriasis that extends beyond the hairline in the active disease stage.

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Photo 65. A common place for the scalp skin psoriasis is behind the ear.

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Photo 66. Thick flakes by scalp psoriasis. 

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Photo 67. Hair loss by scalp skin psoriasis  .

Psoriasis in the pubic area

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Psoriasis of palms and feet.

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Photo 68. Drop psoriasis of palms.

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Photo 69. Drain psoriasis on the hands.

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Photo 70. The sharp demarcation line between psoriasis on the soles and the surrounding skin.

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 Photo 71. The deep cracks and thick flakes by soles psoriasis.

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Photo 72. Crack formation by soles psoriasis.

 Psoriasis in the folds and areas of intertrigo.

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Photo 73. Psoriasis under the breasts.

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 Photo 74. Psoriasis in the abdominal folds.

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Photo 75. A deep crevice in the natural folds.

Psoriasis in the genital area.

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Photo 76. Little psoriatic plaque on the glans penis.

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Photo 77. Psoriatic plaques on the penis,  seborrheic rashes on pubic,   abdominal crease and groin.

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Photo 78. Psoriasis of the vulva.


» Acanthosis nigricans-like lesions
» Acneiform eruption
» Acneiform lesions of the trunk
» Acral cyanosis
» Acral erythema
» Acral erythema and scale
» Acral erythema and scale with linear cutoff
» Acral papules and nodules
» Alopecia
» Alopecia,eyebrows
» Angioedema
» Annular lesions with surface change
» Annular lesions with surface change of the penis
» Annular lesions without surface change
» Annular lesions with peripheral bullae
» Annular scars
» Atrophic lesions
» Black dermatologic entities
» Blashko in esque entities
» Blue spots (non-purpuric)
» Breast lesions
» Bullae
» Bullae, acral
» Bullae, acral, adult
» Bullae, acral, in infants and children
» Bullae, gigantic
» Bullae, hermorrhagic
» Bullae, hermorrhagic, septic
» Butterfly rash
» Cafe au lait macules, associations
» Cellulitis-like (non-bacterial)
» Cellulitis in the immunocompromised host
» Cerebriform lesions
» Cobblestone appearance of skin
» Cutaneous horn
» Cutis laka-like appearance
» Cysts with or without drainage
» Dermatitis, differential diagnosis
» Dermatitis, perianal
» Dermatitis, periorificial
» Desquamation (exfoliation)
» Digital nodules
» Dimples
» Dyschromatosis (hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation)
» Dyshidrosis
» Erosions, superfical ulcers
» Erythroderma
» Exanthem
» Facial dermatitis, adult
» Facial edema
» Facial papules and nodules
» Facial papules, solitary
» Facial papules and plaques
» Facial plaques
» Facial scars
» Flushing disorders
» Green skin
» Hair nodules or nits
» Hyperhidrosis
» Hyperkeratotic lesions
» Hyperkeratotic lesions of feet
» Hyperkeratotic lesions of hands
» Hyperpigmented lesions, discrete annular
» Hyperpigmentation, diffuse
» Hyperpigmentation, patchy
» Hyperpigmentation, patchy, of the teeth
» Hyperpigmentation, segmental
» Hypertrichosis, generalized
» Hypertrichosis, localized
» Hypopigmented pathes
» Ichthyosiform eruptions
» Intertrigo
» Knuckle papules
» Knuckles, pebbly
» Lentigines
» Leonine facies
» Leukonychia
» Linear lesions
» Linear lesions following veins or lymphatics
» Lip papules
» Macrodactyly
» Melanonychia
» Micronychia and anonychia
» Milia or milia-like lesions
» Mucinoses
» Neck papules
» Nipple dermatitis
» Nipple lesions
» Normal skin, barely perceptible lesions
» Onycholysis
» Palmar and/or plantar erythema
» Palmar and/or plantar pits and punctate keratoses
» Palmoplantar keratodermas
» Papules, crusted
» Papules, digital
» Papules, dirty brown
» Papules, flat-topped
» Papules, follicular
» Papules, hyperkeratotic
» Papules and nodules, hyperpigmented (with or without hyperkeratjsis)
» Papules, hyperpigmented with hypertrichosis
» Papules, red
» Papulosquamous eruptions
» Particulate matter
» Pedunculated lesions
» Perianal dermatitis and/or hypertrophic plaques
» Photoeruption and/or seborrheic dermatitis-like eruption
» Pityriasis rosea-like eruptions
» Plantar erythema
» Plantar nodule
» Poikilodermas, childhood and adulthood
» Pruritus, anal
» Pruritus, generalized, without primary skin lesions
» Pseudoxanthoma elasticum-like lesions
» Psoriasiform dermatitis
» Psoriasiform plaque, solitary or localized
» Pterygium of the nail
» Purpura
» Purpuric rash and fever
» Pustule and pustular eruptions
» Red elbow
» Red face
» Red feed
» Red hands
» Red knee
» Red patch
» Red plaques
» Red plaques, genital
» Red plaques, pediatric
» Red scrotum
» Reduntant skin
» Reticulated eruptions
» Rosette lesions
» Scalp cysts
» Scalp dermatitis
» Scalp nodules
» Scalp, red plaques
» Scars, lesions in a scar
» Sclerodermoid changes
» Scrotal nodules
» Serpiginous lesions
» Short stature
» Sinus tracts
» Spinal dysraphism
» Sporotrichoid lesions
» Syndactyly
» Target lesions
» Tattoos
» Tattoos, concentration camps of world war II
» Telangiectasias
» Umbilical lesions
» Umbilical nodules
» Umbilicated lesions
» Urticaria-like lesions
» Vasculitis, granulomatous
» Vasculitis, leukocytoclastic
» Vasculitis, thrombotic
» Vegetating lesions
» Verrucous lesions of the legs
» Verrucous plaque
» White hands or feet
» White macules
» White papulonodules
» Xerosis
» Yellow papules and plaques
» Yellow skin
» Zebra stripes
» 78 photos of psoriasis


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