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What is psoriasis? – Psoriasis, scaly zoster, is one of the most common chronic diseases affecting the skin, nails and joints.

Psoriasis of the scalp – The scalp is one of the most frequent initial localizations of psoriasis.

Psoriasis of the palms – Of all the varieties of psoriasis, the one of the palms is presented in 10% of cases.

Psoriasis on nails – Replacing of nails in psoriasis is often a particular disease.

Psoriasis of the mucous membranes – This rare form of psoriasis is very difficult to be diagnosed.

Psoriatic erythroderma – Psoriatic erythroderma: It’s a common condition of already existing psoriasis.

Seborrheic dermatitis – Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic disease with frequent intensifications.

Seborrheic alopecia – Seborrheic alopecia or alopecia is a complication of seborrhea.

Tinea versicolor – Tinea versicolor ( Pitiriasi Versicolor ) is keratomycosis or superficial fungus.

Dermatitis of bathers – Dermatitis or swimmers itch swimmers occurs in humans after contact with worms in the larval stage in contaminated water.