PRP Alliance

Bill McCue

How is PRP diagnosed?

The rendering of an “official” diagnosis of pityriasis rubra pilaris requires two elements: clinical observation AND a biopsy that “supports” a diagnosis of PRP. Clinical observations of a trained dermatologist When a yet-to-be diagnosed PRP patient is seen by a dermatologist, the scope of the symptoms may vary from a small persistent spot on the …

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11 Reasons Why PRP Facebookers Share

Last April, 2014, one year after its formation, 19 members of the PRP Facebook Support Group answered the the following question: Why should an adult with PRP, or the parent of a child diagnosed with juvenile onset PRP join a support group and share? Here’s exactly what the 19 PRP Facebookers answered. To better understand pityriasis rubra pilaris through …

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