The goals of treatment of generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) are to improve skin manifestations, to alleviate associated s. Robinson A, Van Voorhees AS, Hsu S, et al. Zelickson BD, Muller SA. Al-Shobaili H, Al-Khenaizan S. Childhood generalized pustular psoriasis: successful treatment with isotretinoin. Generalized pustular psoriasis (GPP) presents as an acute or subacute, widely distributed eruption of pustules arising on inflamed, erythematous skin (picture 1A-C). Griffiths CE, Christophers E, Barker JN, et al. Zelickson BD, Muller SA. First clinical description of an infant with interleukin-36-receptor antagonist deficiency successfully treated with anakinra. In: Orfanos CE, Braun-Falco 0, Farber EM, et al, eds. Zelickson BD, Muller SA. Generalized pustular psoriasis in childhood: report of thirteen cases.
3Kumar, B., Jain, R., Sandhu, K. et al, Epidemiology of childhood psoriasis: a study of 419 patients from northern India. 16Zelickson, B.D., Muller, S.A. Generalized pustular psoriasis in childhood. Keywords: Pustular psoriasis, Palmoplantar pustulosis, Subcorneal pustular dermatosis, Deficiency of IL-1 receptor antagonist (DIRA), PAPA syndrome, SAPHO syndrome. CAMPS is characterized by childhood-onset generalized pustulosis, fevers, palmoplantar keratoderma and nail pitting. Minkis K, Aksentijevich I, Goldbach-Mansky R, et al. Zelickson BD, Muller SA. Rao R, Prabhu S, Sripathi H, Shenoi S D. Generalized pustular psoriasis masquerading as subcorneal pustular dermatosis in a child. Generalized pustular eruption in a child can be a diagnostic challenge. Beylot et al. have classified their patients of GPP into three clinical groups: Acute GPP (von Zumbusch type), annular type and the mixed type. Zelickson BD, Muller SA.
Efficacy and safety of treatments for childhood psoriasis: A systematic literature review. J., Krafchik, B., Toole, J. et al, Topical calcipotriol in childhood psoriasis. 49Zelickson, B.D., Muller, S.A. Generalized pustular psoriasis in childhood: report of thirteen cases. Pustular psoriasis is an uncommon form of psoriasis consisting of widespread pustules on an erythematous background, as shown in the image below. One case described generalized pustular psoriasis in a 6-week-old infant. References. 1 Zelickson BD, Muller SA: Generalized pustular psoriasis in childhood. 17 Lovell DJ, Gianini EH, Reiff A, Jones OY, Schneider R, et al: Long-term.
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Generalized pustular psoriasis is a life-threatening disease of unknown cause. Disease developed in 12 of the affected persons during childhood (between 1 week and 11 years of age) and in 4 affected persons after they reached adulthood; 2 of these 4 had generalized pustular psoriasis during pregnancy and received a diagnosis of impetigo herpetiformis. Zelickson BD, Muller SA. (2014) Generalized Pustular Psoriasis Triggered by Amoxicillin in Monozygotic Twins with Compound Heterozygous IL36RN Mutations: Comment on the Article by Navarini et al.