Psoriasis

What is Psoriasis?

This common, chronic skin disorder is 1st evident in ā‰ˆ30% of affected individuals within the 1st 2 decades of life. Psoriasis is characterized by proliferation of keratinocytes, abnormal differentiation of keratinocytes, and inflammatory cell infiltration of the epidermis and dermis. A defect in the immune system is likely the primary abnormality with the increased epidermal turnover secondary.

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my husband has psoriasis since so many years. We tried homoepaethic medicine but psoriasis worsened. Since last twHo years he is taking acrotac...

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Hi.there is permanent treatment for psoriasis.yes acitretin is the drug of chioce for psoriasis.no body knows for how many days it is used.but...

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Does biopsy report there is psoriasform hyperplasia of the epidermis with focal spongiform pustalation. Horny layer contains areas of compact,...

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I am suffering from psoriasis from last six month earlier it was affected in my sculp but from last two month its spreading in my body...

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Hallo I got psoriasis from while using lithium. But at that time was not masturbating for 6 months or a 1 year, started masturbating because of bad...

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I think I m going through peri-menopause and want to check symptoms. I have psoriasis so I thought the little red bumps on my skin were due to...

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Hi there Iā€™m a 42 yo healthy male with mild psoriasis and psuedogout. Recent routine blood tests were normal. Three weeks ago whilst I had a mild...

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Hi.My doctor has advised to take Folitrax 2.5 mg for Psoriasis treatment. She is 72 year old. Is it advised to have this medicine. Please advise.

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I developed a rush on my penis Can you recommend a cream that would be affective for that?

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