Clinical forms of psoriasis. Classifications. Types of psoriasis. 

 

Clinical forms of psoriasis. Classifications. Types of psoriasis. Psoriasis is a chronic and recurrent skin disorder. There are different types of classifications based on severity (body coverage). Psoriasis symptoms can manifest in different forms. The types of psoriasis include plaque psoriasis, pustular psoriasis, guttate psoriasis and flexural psoriasis.

 

 

Classification

 

Psoriasis symptoms can manifest in different forms. The types of psoriasis include plaque psoriasis, pustular psoriasis, guttate psoriasis and flexural psoriasis. Psoriasis is a chronic and recurrent skin disorder. There are different types of classifications.

Based on severity (body coverage) psoriasis can be divided into:

 

  • mild: a limited number of patches, generally less than 3% of the body surface is covered by patches.
  • moderate: from 3 to 10% of the body surface is covered by patches
  • severe: more than 10% of the body surface is covered by patches

 

From a clinical point of view, psoriasis can be classified into:

 

Types of psoriasis

Frequency

Aspect

Pustular psoriasis

3%

Sterile and sensitive pustules areas, with purulent content, limited to the hands or feet, or extended. Lesions are sometimes painful and disabling. Frequent involvement of nails and joints.

Erythrodermic psoriasis

3%

Large inflamed erythematous patches on most of the body surface. Sometimes associated with intense itching, pain and burning sensation. Often it develops in patients with plaque psoriasis that interrupt abruptly the systemic treatment. Very severe, the inflammation and the extreme flaking interrupt the function of the skin barrier and alter its thermoregulatory capacity.

Inverse psoriasis

4%

Smooth and dry areas of inflamed flushed skin

are typical. There is not flaking. It’s often localized on flexor surfaces: armpits, submammary regions, groin, buttocks and genital area.

Guttate psoriasis

10%

Formed by typical single small red and scaly papules, it’s localized most often on the trunk

(upper part), arts and sometimes on the scalp.

Compared to plaque psoriasis the lesions appear less thickened and scaly.

The onset takes place during childhood and adolescence. It’s often associated with infections such as tonsillitis and streptococcal pharyngitis.

Plaque psoriasis

80%

It is characterized by circumscribed red plaques covered by silvery-white scales often localized on the knees, elbows, and scalp. It is the most common type of psoriasis.

It takes often a particular name depending on the zone, severity and extension of the skin involvement.


 

Other particular forms of psoriasis:

 

Palmoplantar Psoriasis, how to keep it under control

Psotherapy is a natural product without side effects. These testimonies and images show the great difference between a product with cortisone and Psotherapy.

 

 

Caterina’s Testimony, May 16, 2018:

 

"I was treating my hand psoriasis with cortisone and I didn’t get any results. In fact, the situation started to worry me, so I decided to start the Psotherapy treatment. I use the Psotherapy body wash for hand baths at night before going to sleep and I apply the Psotherapy regenerating moisturizer cream several times a day. I am much better now and I no longer feel the skin tight, it looked like leather, it was very hard and hurt a lot.

This is the result after only one week of treatment.

The first two photos with the cortisone treatment.

The second two photos with Psotherapy treatment, without side effects, using the cream and body wash.

May 16, 2018

                                               Marlene

"psoriasis is a chronic disease and it does not heal, the cures are these"…

 

January 25th, 2018. Five months after her testimonial, we have received the photos of Marlene. Let us remind you her statement on August, 2017.

 

"Having consulted so many dermatologists, continuing with cortisone and tar creams, with hands and feet closed in a plastic bag, with ankle skin detached along with the bag with burning and hallucinating pain…

After the resignation felt by hearing people say that "psoriasis is a chronic disease and it does not heal, the cures are these"…

One day surfing on Internet together with a friend, looking for some other treatment, we came across the Psotherapy page and after almost three years of desperation I said to myself "I will try this too". I decided to buy the product. My life with Psotherapy is a new one now…"

Marlene a year later

 

Marlene a year later, 28 February 2017 - 28 February 2018. Mrs. Marlene is also very happy with the results obtained with Psotherapy natural treatment. She is following carefully the advice of our dermatologists. With a few weekly applications, she continues to keep the skin smooth and without the annoying imperfections of psoriasis.

 

After many years of suffering, she lives a normal life. By using only our natural product without cortisone, contraindications and side effects, she has solved her serious problem.

 

Today Marlene writes to us: "Currently I perform the foot baths with Psotherapy Body Wash twice a week and I apply the cream to the hands when I feel them particularly dry".

 

Marlene, 04/28/2018, 14 months later 

 

If you have not got any good results with other psoriasis products, try Psotherapy the natural remedy, successfully tested by millions of people around the world, without contraindications or side effects.

 

 

 

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