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Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that attacks the skin and joints, and causes red patches with itchiness and scaling. The disease can be painful and can interfere with daily life.

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Novel Immune Pathway That Induces Psoriasis Discovered
The role of another potential culprit in the cellular and genetic pathways that contributes to the formation of psoriasis lesions is unmasked by the f.....
Psoriasis Patients Using Immunosuppressants Survive COVID-19
Psoriasis patients using immunosuppressant drugs have good COVID-19 survive rates, says a global registry of psoriasis and COVID-19 patients, led by G.....
Biologic Therapy for Psoriasis may Decrease Heart Disease
Psoriasis patients treated with biologic therapy, which are protein-based infusions to suppress inflammation, had a significant decrease in high-risk .....
New Technology Delivers RNA Under the Skin of Psoriasis Mouse Model
Ionic liquid (IL) technology successfully deliver a small interfering RNA (siRNA)-based treatment directly to the skin in a mouse model of psoriasis, .....
Guselkumab Could Signal New Era in Psoriatic Arthritis
Guselkumab, the first selective IL-23 inhibitor under the trade name 'Tremfya' received Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for treating patie.....

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Scalp Psoriasis - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Health Tips
Scalp psoriasis, a common skin disorder causes lesions on the scalp. There is no cure for scalp psoriasis and can recur after treatment... Read More
Reactive Arthritis - Symptoms - Causes - Diagnosis - Treatment
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Psoriatic Arthritis - Types, Causes, Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention & Management
Psoriatic arthritis is a kind of autoimmune inflammatory arthritis, which develops in 30 percent of people with the skin condition of psoriasis... Read More
Psoriasis About
Psoriasis is a recurrent and complex inflammatory skin disorder that can have tremendous physical and psychological impact on the sufferer.. Read More
Polyarthritis | Joint Inflammation - Arthritis
Polyarthritis refers to pain in four or more joints simultaneously due to various causes ranging from infection to autoimmune cause. It may be acute or chronic lasting over six weeks. Treatment aims to reduce pain and inflammation.. Read More
Physiotherapy for Arthritis
Physiotherapy enables patients with debilitating disease to regain loss of function in their muscles, and joints. Physiotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis involves electrostimulation and hydrotherapy... Read More
Nail Psoriasis - Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease, which in rare cases can, also affect the nails, making them brittle, soft and painful... Read More
Psoriasis Cure with Homeopathy: Fact or Fiction
Psoriasis, a chronic autoimmune skin disease has phases of exaggeration and remission. Homeopathic remedies are used to treat psoriasis and prevent its recurrence... Read More
Exfoliative Dermatitis - Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prognosis
Exfoliative dermatitis or erythroderma is a skin condition where the skin becomes reddened and inflamed accompanied by severe itching and peeling of the skin... Read More

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