Psoriasis Feature Archive

Managing Infection Risk in Psoriasis: Expert Q&A

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More research is needed to better understand the pathophysiologic mechanisms that result in increased risk for infection among individuals with psoriasis.

Addressing Cardiovascular Risks in Psoriasis: Guidance for Clinical Practice

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Psoriasis is often comorbid with cardiovascular disorders and tends to have a dose-response relationship with its metabolic comorbidities.

Personalized Medicine in Psoriasis: Patient Stratification Is Key Step Forward

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Although truly personalized medicine is not yet feasible in psoriasis treatment, a stratified approach to selection of therapies may offer some of the benefits of personalized medicine.

Stress and Psoriasis: What Is the Connection?

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As patients commonly cite stress as a precipitating or exacerbating factor for psoriasis, relieving psychological distress should be part of the treatment strategy.

Psoriasis Treatments: Current and Emerging Medications

By Eman Bahrani, BA; Maura Holcomb, MD

A number of therapeutic options exist for patients with psoriasis, including phototherapy and systemic and biologic agents.

Coal Tar for Psoriasis: Alternative Treatment Update

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Coal tar is one of the oldest known treatments for psoriasis, as it reduces scaling, itching, and inflammation.

Assessing Disease Aspects in Psoriatic Arthritis

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Effective treatment of PsA requires adequate assessment of the disease.

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