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Subtypes and management of erythrodermic psoriasis

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Erythrodermic psoriasis (EP) can be divided into two general clinical subtypes. Which of the subtypes is characterized by the presence of psoriatic plaques with gradual additional development of a generalized erythroderma in which the psoriatic plaques remain differentiable from the erythroderma?

First subtype of EP

Second subtype of EP

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