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Guttate Psoriasis (cont.)

Guttate Psoriasis Pictures

Media file 1: Guttate psoriasis. Red drop-like lesions are found on the skin.
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Media file 2: Guttate psoriasis. Image courtesy of Hon Pak, MD.
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Media file 3: A close-up view of guttate psoriasis. Notice the salmon-pink (red) drop-like lesions. Fine scales can be seen on the lesions. These scales are much finer than those associated with plaque psoriasis.
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Media file 4: Plaque psoriasis. Notice the scales are not as fine as those associated with guttate psoriasis. Image courtesy of Hon Pak, MD.
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REFERENCES:

Dogra, Sunil, and Inderjeet Kaur. "Childhood Psoriasis." Symposium - Pediatric Dermatoses 76.4 (2010): 357-365.

Elder, James T., et al. "Molecular Dissection of Psoriasis: Integrating Genetics and Biology." Journal of Investigative Dermatology 130 (2010): 1213-1226.


Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/16/2015

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Guttate psoriasis refers to a distinctive, acute clinical presentation of an eruption characterized by small, droplike, 1-10 mm in diameter, salmon-pink papules, usually with a fine scale

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