PAPULOSQUAMOUS LESIONS

Psoriasis
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Guttate psoriasis
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Pityriasis rosea Note the herald patch on the left shoulder.
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Secondary Syphilis Any involvement of the palms and soles should make one consider secondary syphilis.
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Lichen Planus It is less common for lichen planus to have scale.
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Parapsoriasis
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Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma. Papulosquamous lesions, mimicking psoriasis but "hiding" from the sun.
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