All of the following are seen in psoriasis except (LQ)
|A||Auspitz's sign present|
|B||10% associated with arthritis|
|C||It is premalignant disease|
|D||Worsening of disease during winter|
It is premalignant disease
Psoriasis is a common inflammatory skin disease of unknown cause, which is genetically determined. It is characterized by well demarcated, raised, red, scaling patches that are localized preferentially to the extensor surfaces. When the psoriatic scale is removed, this results in minute points of bleeding (Auspitz's sign). Exacerbation is usually seen in winter. 10% associated with arthritis—most common presentation is asymmetrical oligoarthritis.