- Plaque psoriasis is a chronic disease that goes away and returns. Follow-up care depends on the severity of the disease at any given time.
- If a patient has evidence of psoriatic arthritis, a consultation with a rheumatologist (a physician who specializes in arthritis) is helpful.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 9/3/2013
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