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What is Flexural psoriasis?

What is Flexural psoriasis?

  • Flexural psoriasis: Flexural Psoriasis is a non-infectious auto-immune disease, caused by activation of T-cells within the skin. It is a form of psoriasis found in the armpits, groin, under the breasts and in other flexion creases such as those around the genitals and buttocks. It often results in redness and inflammation, with scaly, dead skin on the surface.

Flexural psoriasis: Introduction

Types of Flexural psoriasis:

Broader types of Flexural psoriasis:

How serious is Flexural psoriasis?

Complications of Flexural psoriasis: see complications of Flexural psoriasis

What causes Flexural psoriasis?

Causes of Flexural psoriasis: see causes of Flexural psoriasis

What are the symptoms of Flexural psoriasis?

Symptoms of Flexural psoriasis: see symptoms of Flexural psoriasis

Complications of Flexural psoriasis: see complications of Flexural psoriasis

Onset of Flexural psoriasis: Most commonly appears in the early 20s

Flexural psoriasis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Flexural psoriasis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Flexural psoriasis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Flexural psoriasis: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Flexural psoriasis.
Treatments for Flexural psoriasis: see treatments for Flexural psoriasis
Research for Flexural psoriasis: see research for Flexural psoriasis

Name and Aliases of Flexural psoriasis

Main name of condition: Flexural psoriasis

Other names or spellings for Flexural psoriasis:

Inverse psoriasis


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