Pustular Psoriasis of Foot

Pustular psoriasis is characterized by white pustules (blisters with pus) surrounded by red skin. It often occurs on the hands and feet. The pus is not infectious. These lesions can very painful and disabling.

Sometimes, the pustules can fuse together and form pools of pus that dry and peel off in yellow sheets. The skin underneath is a smooth reddish surface, on which new pustules can appear. These episodes of pustules appearing, fusing and peeling, and reappearing can last for days to weeks. 

Avoiding environmental factors that trigger psoriasis, such as smoking, alcohol, and stress, may help prevent or minimize flare-ups of psoriasis. Sun exposure may help in many cases of psoriasis

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