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Managing psoriasis in primary care

Managing psoriasis in primary care

Psoriasis is a chronic, highly prevalent disease of the skin which can also affect the joints, with males and females being equally affected. It can present at any age but is rare in those under the age of 10 years. It is most likely to appear around the age of 30, however there is evidence that it may first appear in the eighth or ninth decade.1

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