From the Editor — When your dermatologist entered the diagnostic code L44.0 into your medical record, the diagnosis of pityriasis rubra pilaris became official. If you now question the accuracy of that diagnosis — for any reason, this section of the PRP Survival Guide offer insights.

  1. How is PRP diagnosed?
  2. Why is it so difficult to diagnose PRP? 
  3. Biopsies: a tool for diagnosing PRP (consolidation of 7 articles)
  4. Advocacy Goal: timely and accurate diagnoses
  5. How can I be sure the diagnosis is correct?
  6. Misdiagnosing PRP (consolidation of 5 articles pending)
  7. What are the symptoms and signs of PRP?
  8. What at are the symptoms of PRP ? (Survey Results)
  9. What did we learn from the 2013 PRP Biopsy Poll?
  10. Overview of the 2013 PRP Biopsy Poll with Feedback (PDF)