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Diagram illustrating how psoriasis can affect the skin as well as immune cell activation below the skin.

Systemic Pathophysiology
of Psoriasis

Although psoriasis commonly presents with skin manifestations, the underlying cause is more than skin deep. It is important to recognize that psoriasis is a chronic, systemic, inflammatory disease.1

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Psoriasis Symptoms and
Special Areas

Psoriasis is a heterogeneous disease that can manifest across various domains of the skin through various symptoms. Patients who have psoriasis in certain areas or who are affected by certain symptoms may consider their disease to be severe, even if they have more limited skin involvement.1-3

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Psoriasis Severity

The classification of psoriasis severity by commonly used conventional clinical measures can be incongruent with patients’ perception of their disease severity.1-3

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Psoriasis Management

Healthcare providers and patients may not always be aligned on what aspects of psoriasis contribute most to disease severity. Patient-provider misalignment may potentially contribute to the underestimation of patients’ psoriasis experience.2,3

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  1. Menter A, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2019;80(4):1029-1072.

  2. Van Voorhees AS, et al. The Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Pocket Guide: Treatment Algorithms and Management Options. 6th ed. www.psoriasis.org/physician-member-benefits-portal/. Accessed June 8, 2021.

  3. Strober B, et al. J Am Acad Dermatol. 2020;82(1):117-122.