Flexural or Inverse Psoriasis

It occurs in the intertriginous areas and appears as a smooth, well demarcated patch with a moist surface and fissures at the "hinge" of the body fold; scaling may be present only in the areas extending beyond the folds.

Inverse psoriasis involving the umbilicus.

Flexural psoriasis involving the retroauricolar fold.

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