Your chronic skin disorder of psoriasis is:
Genetics, the environment, and behavior may cause your psoriasis to develop or worsen.
Which of the following symptoms are common with psoriasis?
Pustular psoriasis is the most common form of psoriasis.
Mild-to-moderate plaque psoriasis can usually be well-controlled by the following corticosteroids:
If your doctor prescribes a topical corticosteroid, you may add a topical vitamin D analog such as calcitriol or calcipotriene to complement the medication and increase its effectiveness.
If you take methotrexate for long-term treatment, your doctor may recommend that you:
Your moderate-to-severe psoriasis doesn't respond to other treatments, so you've been prescribed an injectable biologic. Which of these is not a biologic?
Which one of the following has been found to have NO effect on psoriasis?