Short communication| Volume 259, P224-225, April 2021

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Pustular psoriasis of pregnancy managed with labor induction

Published:February 10, 2021DOI:
      We are pleased to communicate a case of a 44-year-old pregnant woman who was admitted to the emergency department, at 37 weeks of gestation, after a 5-day history of an itchy maculopapular rash. The patient had no personal medical history. As for her family history, her father and an aunt on her father’s side had a history of psoriasis.
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