Below you will find a selection of clinical images portraying Psoriasis
Erythematous, scaly, symmetrical plaques over medial thighs, crural folds, labia majora, mons pubis and lower abdominal fluid.
Well demarcated livid erythema involving entire vulva, extending to perianal area.
Well demarcated area of erythema in submammary fold. The typical silvery scales of psoriasis are lost in flexural sites. There is a small fissure visible medially.
The scalp is the most common site for psoriasis. Typical silvery scale can be seen on the background of erythema. Loose scales visible in hair.
Well demarcated erythema with slight scale at the edge extending around perianal area and perineum.
Well demarcated erythema with scale over labia majora and mons pubis. Post inflammatory hypopigmentation is also visible particularly on the left labium majus.