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Symptoms of Juvenile pustular psoriasis

Symptoms of Juvenile pustular psoriasis

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Juvenile pustular psoriasis includes the 9 symptoms listed below:

  • The condition has a benign course with frequent spontaneous remissions
  • Raised pus-filled skin bumps
  • Skin redness around pustules
  • Stinging skin
  • Itching skin
  • Burning skin
  • Peeling skin
  • The juvenile, or infantile, type of pustular psoriasis is usually mild. Other symptoms besides skin symptoms are seldom present. The condition often resolves on its own.
  • The ring-shaped type is more common in young children. This type tends to be subacute or chronic, and the symptoms are less severe than in the generalized type. Ring-shaped plaques (elevated areas) appear and are oftenrecurrent. Pustules may appear at the edges of the ring. These areas of skin symptoms appear mostly on the trunk but also on the arms and legs. The edges expand, and the center heals. Other symptoms are either absent or mild.
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Onset of Juvenile pustular psoriasis: Children aged 2-10 years can be affected, but this is rare.

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