Psoriasis is a chronic disorder caused by the excessive production of skin cells, characterized by thick, red, scaly patches of skin called plaques. Normally, new skin cells take about a month to move to the top layer of the skin before dying and flaking off. However, in people with psoriasis, the entire cycle takes only a few days. As the layers of skin build-up, the skin becomes inflamed, causing plaques to develop on the arms, legs, trunk or scalp. While plaques can form anywhere on the skin, the most common areas are the knees and elbows.
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