Inverse Psoriasis | Dermatology Education Inverse Psoriasis Video
November 13, 2019

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Inverse Psoriasis

Inverse or intertriginous psoriasis is an uncommon form occurring in flexural or intertriginous areas. Most often, the groin and inframammary creases are involved. Plaques are smooth, red, and sharply-defined with a macerated surface. Superimposed candidal infections seen more commonly in diabetic patients and with topical steroid use. A potassium hydroxide test will confirm the presence of candida