February 07, 2023

Psoriasis in Skin of Color

Psoriasis is usually more extensive and severe in skin of color. Hear dermatologist Dr. Mona Shahriari from Central Connecticut Dermatology address why and how psoriasis presents in skin of color, the potential for misdiagnosis, hyper/hypopigmentation, cultural beliefs, and cautions to consider when treating psoriasis in skin of color.

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Dr. Mona Shahriari from Central Connecticut Dermatology

Dr. Mona Shahriari, Central Connecticut Dermatology

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This program is supported by educational grants from Amgen, Bristol Myers Squibb, CeraVe, Janssen, and UCB. 

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