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POLL: What Type of Psoriasis Do You Most Commonly Treat in Your Practice?


This Psoriasis Awareness Month, let us know your experiences. Click here to answer this week's poll.

What type of psoriasis do you most commonly treat in your practice?


According to the National Psoriasis Foundation, patients can each experience a unique expression of psoriasis, making it crucial for clinicians to recognize the nuances between types. The 5 types of psoriasis appear in varying regions of the body, including the genitals, scalp, face, hands, feet, nails, and skin folds. Depending on location, type, and severity, a patient's quality of life may be significantly affected and requires compassion and timely treatment.

In our recent issue, Jeffrey M. Cohen, MD, an assistant professor of dermatology and the director of the Psoriasis Treatment Program at the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, reviewed the current and upcoming psoriasis therapies clinicians can add to their armamentarium, including tapinarof cream, roflumilast, and deucravacitinib.

Share your psoriasis treatment experience with us by emailing DTEditors@mmhgroup.com.

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