How are sclap psoriasis and seborrhoeic eczema different?

Sometimes overlap. Seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp can often overlap with scalp psoriasis in a disease termed sebopsoriasis. Both conditions are from scalp inflammation. The treatments are often quite similar using topical steroid solutions/shampoos/foams and keratolytic (scale removing) shampoos and topicals. See a dermatologist to see if you have one or the other or the combined form (sebopsoriasis).

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What is the difference between sclap psoriasis and seborrhoeic eczema?

Very similar! Treatments for both overlap and their clinical picture may be nearly identical. Indeed the term sebopsoriasis exists! Read more...
Psoriasis & seb derm. Both psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis cause redness and scaling of the scalp. Both can be itchy. Psoriasis usually has thicker plaques covered by a silvery white adherent scale. Seborrheic dermatitis has a yellowish, more flaky, greasy looking scale. Both can occur together. Psoriasis is usually more resistant to treatment than seborrheic dermatitis. Read more...

Can you please describe the differences of sclap psoriasis and seborrhoeic eczema?

Yes. Sebborheic dermatitis and psoriasis are different conditions with different causes but often similar treatments regimens. The conditions can even be confused for the other. Read more...