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Psoriasis is a noncontagious skin condition that produces thick plaques and scaling skin. The dry flakes of skin are reported to result from the excessively rapid proliferation of skin cells that is triggered by inflammatory chemicals produced by specialized white blood cells called lymphocytes. Psoriasis commonly affects the skin of the elbows, knees, and scalp. Nevertheless, it can appear from anywhere in the skin.


According to the modern scientific understandings, immune system and genes may contribute to the condition, along with other environmental and lifestyle factors. Psoriasis is not contagious. Risk factors for psoriasis include:

  • Family history
  • Viral or bacterial infection
  • Overweight & obesity
  • Smoking
  • Stress
  • Certain medications like those used to treat bipolar disorder and high blood pressure


There are different types of psoriasis. Symptoms for each type may vary, but the major symptoms are:

  • Raised, bright red patches of skin often covered with loose, silvery scales, usually on the knees, elbows, or low back.
  • Tiny areas of bleeding when skin scales are picked or scraped off.
  • Mild scaling to thick, crusted plaques on the scalp.
  • Itching, especially during sudden flare-ups or when the psoriasis patches are in body folds, such as under the breasts or buttocks.
  • Discolored or pitted nails.
  • Similar plaques in the same area on both sides of the body (for example, both knees or both elbows, called bilateral).
  • Joint swelling, tenderness, and pain (psoriatic arthritis).
  • Psoriasis patches that appear after an injury, such as a cut, a burn, or too much sun.

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