Palmar Plantar Psoriasis
Palmar-Plantar Psoriasis also known as hand and foot psoriasis is a particularly difficult form of the disease to treat. The soles of the feet or the palm of the hands become thick, cracked and filled with
sores. Treatments for the condition include the regular course for psoriasis such as topical creams containing steroids, or in more severe cases ultraviolet light treatments can also be used. The key with the treating Palmar-Plantar Psoriasis is to be persistent and patient, and seeking the advice of your GP or dermatologist.
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