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Intermittent rashes on fingers, eyelids that reduces with lobate-GM. Is this mild psoriasis?

localised barely half to one cm rashes - second-last finger top side, on eyelids - come and go -- get treated with Lobate -GM ( in 4-5 days ), I am looking for permanent cure. My age 43, suffering from this from very young age - is this mild psorasis - esp since it gets cured by use of _ Dipsalic tube also - I am not looking for a freebie on a serious matter like health but at present I am not confident on the matters of on-line paid consultation - I am sorry since my mindset is not right for getting paid medical consultation without having some rappo building with the doctor
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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hi..thanks for your query.
Most people with psoriasis have thick, red skin with flaky, silver-white scales.Patches are most often seen on the elbows, knees, but can appear anywhere including the scalp.Do the patches look like the above?
Steroids like Lobate may reduce symptoms of many conditions ranging from eczema to psoriasis on skin.
The only way leading to an accurate diagnosis is histopathological examination of tissue from the lesions.
There might not be any permanent cure of many of the skin disorders ,but with accurate diagnosis and timely management ,most of them give you a good remission.
Hope this helps.take care.
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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