Fast Five Quiz: Nail Psoriasis

William James, MD


October 24, 2021

Nail psoriasis treatments require a great deal of time because the nail is a slow-growing cutaneous appendage. Thus, in most cases, the effect of nail psoriasis treatment cannot be evaluated before 3-6 months. A year or longer may be required to reach the greatest improvement achievable with a given therapy. Pretreatment photographs and photographs throughout treatment are strongly recommended because these can help patients witness the therapeutic effect.

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