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What do I need to know about caring for someone with inverse psoriasis?

Inverse psoriasis is a noncontagious immune disorder that causes inflamed, reddish-colored patches on the skin. The condition is not only painful, but it can also make those who suffer from it sensitive about the way they look. Take steps to treat and control the symptoms of the condition, and be as supportive as possible. The person should be encouraged to seek medical care, and may need help applying topical medications as recommended by a physician.

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