psoriasiform

(redirected from psoriasiform-lichenoid dermatosis)

pso·ri·a·si·form

(sō-rī'ă-si-fōrm),
Resembling psoriasis.

pso·ri·a·si·form

(sōr-ī'ă-si-fōrm)
Resembling psoriasis.

psoriasiform

(so-ri'a-si-form)
Resembling psoriasis; psoriasis-like. Applies to a rash that resembles the plaquelike erythematous lesions of psoriasis; also used in reference to joint conditions resembling those of psoriatic arthritis.
See: psoriasis; psoriatic arthritis

psoriasiform

a dermatosis resembling psoriasis.

psoriasiform exfoliative dermatosis
an idiopathic disease of cats and dogs characterized by asymptomatic, large, erythematous, irregular, scaly plaques symmetrically disposed over the forelimbs and trunk. A similar disease is also recorded in goats but the lesions are on the face under the belly and on the perineum.
psoriasiform-lichenoid dermatosis
multiple lichenoid, hyperkeratotic papules and plaques begin to appear in young adult English springer spaniel dogs, first on the pinnae, ear canal and inguinal skin and later other areas.