A classification of psoriasis vulgaris according to phenotype

@article{Griffiths2007ACO,
  title={A classification of psoriasis vulgaris according to phenotype},
  author={C. Griffiths and E. Christophers and J. Barker and R. Chalmers and S. Chimenti and G. Krueger and C. Leonardi and A. Menter and J. Ortonne and L. Fry},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2007},
  volume={156}
}
For nearly 200 years it has been appreciated that plaque psoriasis consists of a number of distinct clinical phenotypes. However, a reliable and simple stratification of clinical presentation of psoriasis is lacking. In the era of immunogenetic association studies and an advanced understanding of the pathomechanisms of psoriasis it is important that a classification of the disease according to phenotype is readily available. Such a classification would facilitate clinically relevant… Expand
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