Differenec between erythrodermic Psoriasis and plaque Psoriasis?

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Erythrodermic psoriasis is an uncommon, aggressive, inflammatory form of psoriasis. Symptoms include a peeling rash across the entire surface of the body. The rash can itch or burn intensely, and it spreads quickly. Plaque psoriasis, or psoriasis vulgaris, is the most common form of psoriasis. An estimated 80 to 90 percent of people with psoriasis have plaque psoriasis. It's characterized by thick red patches of skin, often with a silver or white scaly layer.
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PLAQUES.. PSORIASIS.. SIMPLE & COMMON..FORM OF.. PSORIASIS.. WITH..THICK.. RED..PATCHES OF SKIN.. WITH.. WHITE.. SILVERY..SLOUGH .. WHERE AS.. ERYTHRODERMIC PSORIASIS.. IS INFLAMMATORY & UNCOMMON .. FORM OF PSORIASIS.. WITH.. RASH AND SKIN LOSS..
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Erythrodermic psoriasis is a rare, but very severe, form of psoriasis. It causes a widespread, bright-red rash that is itchy and painful. Skin will peel off in large sheets.  Plaque is the most common type. Patches of skin are red, raised and have silvery-white flakes, called scales. They usually show up on your scalp, elbows, knees, and lower back. They may crack and bleed and they feel sore and itchy. The more you scratch, the thicker they can get. A patch can be as wide as 4 inches; sometimes more. You can get it at any age, but it's more common in adults.
Plaque psoriasis is a milder type of psoriasis in which there are scally spots seen at trunk,elbow,knee and scalp. It usually doesn't require hospitalisation and can be treated by mosturizers. Whereas erythrodermic psoriasis is a complication of plaque psoriasis with burn like spots and often requires hospitalisation
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Agreed with Dr.Kute Ankush.