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Psoriasis causes dry, red and flaky skin patches, silver ‘scaling’ of the skin, itching, and pain.
It most commonly appears on the elbows, knees or scalp but can appear anywhere on the body.1,2
Several patterns of psoriasis are recognised:1-3,8
Red, scaly, and raised skin patches covered with silvery scales
Nail pitting & nail separation
Rash appearing in skin folds
Blazing redness over huge areas (rare)
Stiffness, pain, swelling of joints
Living with psoriatic disease can have a big impact on the lives of people with the condition, apart from experiencing symptoms alone.