How much of your body is affected?

Dermatologists measure plaque psoriasis as mild, moderate, or severe. The severity of your psoriasis depends on how much of your body is affected, also known as your body surface area (BSA). Your entire hand (the palm, fingers, and thumb) is equal to about 1% of your BSA.

Mild psoriasis covers less than 3 percent of the body.
Mild psoriasis covers less than 3 percent of the body.

Where your plaque psoriasis is located also matters

Plaque psoriasis can appear anywhere but is most often found on the following areas of the body:

  • The outside of the elbows and knees
  • The lower back
  • The scalp
  • The face
  • The palms of the hands
  • The soles of the feet
 

Find a treatment plan that’s right for you

If plaque psoriasis in these areas is affecting you, talk to your dermatologist about creating a treatment plan that’s right for you.

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