Clinical and genetic differences between pustular psoriasis subtypes.

@article{Twelves2018ClinicalAG,
  title={Clinical and genetic differences between pustular psoriasis subtypes.},
  author={Sophie Twelves and Alshimaa Mostafa and Nick Dand and Elias Burri and Katalin Farkas and Rosemary Wilson and Hywel L Cooper and Alan D Irvine and Hazel Hb Oon and K{\"u}lli Kingo and Sulev K{\"o}ks and Ulrich Mrowietz and Luis Puig and Nick J. Reynolds and Eugene Sern-Ting Tan and Adrian Tanew and Kaspar Torz and Hannes Trattner and Mark C. Valentine and Shyamal Wahie and Richard B Warren and Andrew L. Wright and Zsuzsa Bata-Cs{\"o}rgő and M{\'a}rta Sz{\'e}ll and Christopher Griffiths and A David Burden and S E Choon and Catherine H Smith and Jonathan N W N Barker and Alexander Navarini and Francesca Capon},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={2018}
}
BACKGROUND The term pustular psoriasis indicates a group of severe skin disorders characterised by eruptions of neutrophil-filled pustules. The disease, which often manifests with concurrent psoriasis vulgaris (PV), can have an acute systemic (generalised pustular psoriasis, GPP) or chronic localised presentation (palmoplantar pustulosis, PPP… CONTINUE READING