Quiz: Psoriasis
Question 1 of 3  

Psoriasis is a common chronic disease affecting 1 to 5% of the population worldwide. It causes distinctive raised, red patches with silvery scales. A border between the patch and normal skin is known as “psoriatic plaque.”  Which of the following is the reason these patches of plaque form?

  • A.

    An abnormally high rate of skin cell growth 

  • B.

    An allergic reaction

  • C.

    An underlying infection

  • D.

    An unusual skin sensitivity to touch

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