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  1. Psoriasis Severity: Mild, Moderate or Severe (National Psoriasis Foundation)  
    ... injured or traumatized are occasionally the sites of psoriasis, know as the “Koebner [keb-ner] phenomenon.” However, not everyone who has psoriasis develops it ...
  2. Handbook for Teens with Psoriasis (National Psoriasis Foundation) - PDF  
    ... injured or traumatized are occasionally the sites of psoriasis, known as the “Koebner [keb-ner] phenomenon.” However, not everyone who has psoriasis develops it ...
  3. Erythrodermic Psoriasis (National Psoriasis Foundation)  
    ... drug-induced rash that brings on the Koebner phenomenon (a tendency for psoriasis to appear on the site of skin injuries) ...
  4. Overview of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (National Psoriasis Foundation) - PDF  
    ... a vaccination or injection—may also trigger a psoriasis flare. This is known as the “Koebner phenomenon” and it’s one reason people with psoriasis should ...
  5. Ankylosing Spondylitis and Psoriatic Arthritis (Spondylitis Association of America)  
    ... the most severe form of arthritis associated with psoriasis. This form of the disease results in widespread destruction of the joints. When this affects the hands, it can cause a phenomenon sometimes referred to as "telescoping fingers." Similar changes ...
  6. Lichen Planus (Logical Images)  
    ... be caused by injury (trauma). This so-called Koebner phenomenon may appear as a line of flat-topped, ...
  7. ... antibiotic or antifungal treatment may be needed. Raynaud's phenomenon Pain and temporary loss of color can occur ... 2 If mothers believe they may have Raynaud's phenomenon, they should consult their physician for treatment options ...
  8. ... Cancer Institute) - PDF Raynaud's Disease What Is Raynaud's Phenomenon? (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin ... Diseases) Also available in Spanish What Is Raynaud's Phenomenon? (National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin ...