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What is the difference between psoriasis roseola and eczema?
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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
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In brief: Few similarities.
Roseola is a viral infection affecting infants and young children.
It involves a pinkish-red skin rash and a high fever that typically starts as the rash is resolving. Psoriasis consists of well-defined red plaques with silvery scales. There are many kinds of eczema, which is characterized by a diffuse reddish scaly itchy rash in various locations (depending on the type and severity).

In brief: Few similarities.
Roseola is a viral infection affecting infants and young children.
It involves a pinkish-red skin rash and a high fever that typically starts as the rash is resolving. Psoriasis consists of well-defined red plaques with silvery scales. There are many kinds of eczema, which is characterized by a diffuse reddish scaly itchy rash in various locations (depending on the type and severity).
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