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Psoriasis

Sharply demarcated erythema usually with a thick micaceous scale, auspitz sing, and koebner phenomenon

Punch Biopsy to confirm diagnosis

Types: Chronic, inverse, and guttate (rare), pustular

Chronic= most common = palques on scalp, elbows, knees, presacral, nails, palms and soles

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psoriasis

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psorasis

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psorasis

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psorasis inverse type

 

Found in gluteal fold, axilllae, glands of penis

scale may not appear

harder to diagnose

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psoriasis guttate type

eruptive trunkal dermatosis

Post strep infection

usually childhood, tends to resolve and not reoccur

 

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psorasis pustular

life threatening

localized, hand and foot form

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psoraiasis pustular type

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psoriasis pustular

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onycholysis in patient with psoriasis = seperation of the nail from the nail bed

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lichen planus

Chronic inflammatory, autoimmune disease

Mostly in females ages 30-60

Wickham's stria = lacy, reticular, white lines

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Lichen planus linear

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lichen planus linear

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annular lichen planus

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Hypertrophic lichen planus

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Oral lichen planus forms

can occur by itself or with classical LP

Tender red patches especially buccal mucosa with Wickham's striae that does not wipe off like thrush

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oral lichen planus with wickham striae on buccal mucosa

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Acute lupus erythematosus

Photosensitive pattern of erythema

Butterfly rash across the nose and the cheeks

May become bullous

Lab test to confirm: ANA

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acute lupus erythematosus

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subacute cutaneous lupus

erythematous and usually scaling rash of upper trunk and extensory surfaces (kind of looks like psoriasis plaques)

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What is auspitz sign?

bleed when rubbing on scales

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What is koebner phenomenon

occurs in site of previous trauma

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Compilcations of psoriasis?

Depression, anxiety, sexual dysfunction, poor self-esteem, suicidal thoughts

Increased risk of non-melanoma skin cancers

psoriatic arthritis

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What are the 6 Ps of lichen planus?

Planar (flat topped)

Purple

Polygonal

Pruritic

Papules

Plaques

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What is Raynauds Syndrome?

Associated with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

fingers turn totally white, then blue/reddish and then back to normal, vasoconstriction problem, painful