PsoriasisPsoriasis is a chronic skin disease
Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease characterized by repeating a process ranging from a slight psoriasis, where the patient is not necessarily notice the disease, to a so severe psoriasis that it can be socially crippling. Psoriasis is not contagious and can affect people of all ages, but most commonly begins between 10-30 years of age. About 30 percent of people with psoriasis develop what is known as psoriatic arthritis in many of the body’s joints. The diagnosis of psoriasis is based on the disease. There is no good blood test to diagnose and has seldom benefit from the skin sample, so the diagnosis can sometimes be difficult and uncertain.
Psoriasis is an inherited disease, but one may carry the gene without having any clear symptoms.
You are exposed to one or more of a range of stimuli, such as tonsillitis caused by Streptococcus bacteria, certain medications (primarily known as beta blockers for high blood pressure and heart rhythm problems) or a local skin irritation or skin condition, it could trigger a psoriasis outbreak if you have the necessary gene. It might also affect the stress variations of the disease and increase the itch, even if stress importance of psoriasis appears over-valued.
Plaque Psoriasis is the most common form of psoriasis and can occur throughout the body but affects especially the elbows, knees, buttocks and scalp. It is common to lesions occur in scar or wounds.
Nail psoriasis is often found as small depressions in the nails, as well as thickening and stains. Miss Interpreted often as nail fungus, which can be excluded with the help of mushroom cultivation. Nail psoriasis can be difficult and debilitating, but effective treatment is lacking, except for some stronger internal resources.
Psoriasis can occur in skin folds such as armpits, under breasts, groin. Instead of scaly skin rash seen red irritated plaques.
Guttate psoriasis is a special variant of acute psoriasis is often triggered after tonsillitis, with “drop-like” scaly patches over the body.
Scalp psoriasis can be difficult to distinguish from such dandruff, eczema (seborrheic dermatitis).
Sometimes psoriasis of the scalp, spreading to the face of the skin near the scalp, but rarely in the face. A few dry spots on the eyelids is quite common.
In palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP) has white “pustules” (not containing bacteria) on the palms and soles. This variant occurs nearly exclusively in smokers.
In psoriasis, itchiness occurs, often moderately, but sometimes may be difficult.
Treatment with sunlight or ultraviolet light on hudmottagningar or special treatment facilities ease of most people with psoriasis. Plain solarium is not active.
Vitamin D derivatives are due to topical treatment at ordinary plaque psoriasis.
Topical steroid preparations of different strengths are suitable for face, skin folds, scalp, or in severe itching.
Tarry preparations for topical treatment are effective particularly in guttate psoriasis.
Emollient creams are often useful as a supplement or as a sole treatment for mild psoriasis.
Internal treatment for severe psoriasis is often based on immunosuppressive or immunomodulatory agents.
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