Inverse Psoriasis

inverse psoriasis
inverse psoriasis

inverse psoriasis
inverse psoriasis

inverse psoriasis
inverse psoriasis

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Inverse Psoriasis affects skin folds such as the armpits and groin. It is characterised by smooth, red inflamed lesions without any scaling which are often irritated by rubbing or sweating.

  • Red and inflamed plaques that only occur in skin folds — armpits, in the genital area, between the buttocks, and under the breasts.

  • Scale usually does not form, and the lesions are shiny and smooth.

  • Skin very tender.

  • Lesion easily irritated, especially by rubbing and perspiration.

  • More prevalent in people who are overweight.

  • Many people have another type of psoriasis elsewhere on the body