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What is Juvenile pustular psoriasis?

What is Juvenile pustular psoriasis?

  • Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Pustular psoriasis is an uncommon form of psoriasis.People with pustular psoriasis have clearly defined, raised bumps on the skin that are filled with pus (pustules). The skin under and around these bumps is red. Large portions of your skin may redden.

Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Introduction

Types of Juvenile pustular psoriasis:

Broader types of Juvenile pustular psoriasis:

How serious is Juvenile pustular psoriasis?

Prognosis of Juvenile pustular psoriasis: The condition has a benign course with frequent spontaneous remissions

What causes Juvenile pustular psoriasis?

Causes of Juvenile pustular psoriasis: see causes of Juvenile pustular psoriasis

What are the symptoms of Juvenile pustular psoriasis?

Symptoms of Juvenile pustular psoriasis: see symptoms of Juvenile pustular psoriasis

Onset of Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Children aged 2-10 years can be affected, but this is rare.

Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Juvenile pustular psoriasis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Juvenile pustular psoriasis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Juvenile pustular psoriasis.
Treatments for Juvenile pustular psoriasis: see treatments for Juvenile pustular psoriasis

Name of Juvenile pustular psoriasis

Main name of condition: Juvenile pustular psoriasis

 

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