Pustular psoriasis is an autoimmune inflammatory noncontagious condition affecting the skin, causing light-colored pustules or blisters containing white blood cells. These can occur during pregnancy also. Types of pustular psoriasis are palmoplantar, acropustulosis, and Von Zumbusch. Triggering factors include corticosteroids use and withdrawal, topical creams, ultraviolet radiation exposure, stress, infection, etc. Topical steroids, salicylic acid creams, phototherapy, cold compress, immunosuppressants, retinoids, etc., are treatment options.
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Query: Hi doctor, I am suffering from severe psoriasis. I also have something else going on along with the psoriasis. My skin is red, swollen, pus filled and large yellow scales of skin are coming off. I cannot touch anything on my skin as it causes extreme pain. It is also hot to touch. I picked all the s... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read your query in detail, saw the pictures (attachment removed to protect patient identity) and do understand your concern. This pus filled lesions is a form of psoriasis called pustular psoriasis.Also you seem to be going into psoriatic erythroderma that is invol... Read Full »
Query: Hi doctor, I am 19 years old. I have clusters of tiny fluid-filled blisters on my right palm, arm and below the neck at backside. These are causing inflammation and painful when touched or pressed. It has rapidly increased in two days and is now spreading to other body parts. In the past, I had pso... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I had gone through all the details posted. Kindly answer some questions. For how many days you are having these? Are there only one place you have mentioned or everywhere else? Is there itching at the site of lesions? Did you have any insect bite? Any history... Read Full »