Monday, November 28, 2011

Psoriasis symptoms





What are the main symptoms of psoriasis?

Psoriasis is manifested as red or pink papules and plaques rounded, well defined, in which to identify dry and whitish scales, which are easily removed scratching, leaving blood stains

Another symptom is related to the distribution in the body, being more frequent on the elbows, knees, scalp and skin folds such as armpits, groin, umbilicus, and perianal contour. Exposed areas usually are not very affected.

The nails may also be involved. Itching is common, especially on the scalp and genital area, sensitive parts and there may be some arthritis, joint inflammation and pain.

3 comments:

Petar said...

this chick looks ugly

Crisalys said...

That looks horrible.

geld-grube said...

oh ja very horrible ty for info!

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