Identify the condition?
A. Guttate psoriasis
B. Lichen planus
C. Pityriasis rubra pilaris
D. Verruca plana
Ans. A. Guttate psoriasis
(Ref: Neena l(hanna 4th/e p. 40-48; Roxburg lVh/e p. 128-42; Venkataram |t/e p. 49]
- The Picture is showing multiple, discrete, guttate (drop-like) papulo-plaques with a pinkish hue with fine scales, on back.
- Classical presentation of guttate psoriasis.
- Occurs in children and adult.
- Precipitated by upper respiratory tract infection (Streptococcal tonsititis).