Psoriasis | Types, Diagnosis, Complications & Treatment

2) Intertriginous (Inverse) Psoriasis

It is a type of psoriasis that affect the intertriginous and flexural regions of the body such as armpits, groins, buttocks, and sub-mammary areas. Skin lesions of Intertriginous psoriasis may have the same microscopic characteristics as psoriasis Vulgaris, but they don’t look the same to the naked eye. Intertriginous psoriasis appears as red moist plaques with no scales because of sweating and maceration.