In a previous post on this blog, I reported a patient who had psoriasis, granuloma annulare (GA), and alopecia areata. I recently saw two more cases where psoriasis was coincidentally associated with GA.
Case 1. A middle-aged lady was referred by her primary care doctor for a rash on the legs. Some of … Continue reading →
A middle-aged woman consulted me for a rash on her palms and backs of hands for several years’ duration. The rash consisted of smooth pinkish-red bumps on the knuckles and rings and arcs on the palms with central clearing. … Continue reading →
Here you will find discussions mainly around: – Psoriasis – Autoimmune skin diseases such as lichen planus, vitiligo, and pemphigus – New Treatments for skin diseases – Skin Cancer including basal cell carcinoma, malignant melanoma, and T-Cell Lymphoma – Dermatology and Society – Opinion … Continue reading →
Definition Psoriasis is a common inflammatory scaling dermatosis with a bilateral symmetric distribution that may be associated with a seronegative spondyloarthropathy. It affects about 2% … Continue reading →
Dr. Camisa is board certified in dermatology and dermatological immunology, practicing medicine for over 30 years. He is Director of the Phototherapy Department at Riverchase Dermatology and an Affiliate Associate Professor of Dermatology at the University of South Florida in Tampa. He specializes in psoriasis, lichen planus, bullous diseases, connective tissue diseases, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, and diseases of the mouth and lips. Dr. Camisa is a leading expert in psoriasis, bullous disease, and other complex skin conditions, and patients throughout the country seek his experience. More about Dr. Camisa...