Internal Medicine and Psoriasis

Psoriasis is incurable, it responds well to many topical and systemic treatments. Cyclosporine may be used for severe, difficult-to-treat cases of widespread psoriasis. Improvement and results may be very rapid in onset. Major possible side effects include kidney and blood-pressure problems. Methotrexate is a common drug used for rheumatoid arthritis, and it has been used effectively for many years in psoriasis. The drug may cause liver and lung damage. Close physician monitoring and monthly to quarterly visits and labs are generally required.

  • Psoriasis and Cancer
  • Metabolic syndrome and psoriasis
  • Psoriasis and cardiovascular disease
  • Microbiome and Psoriasis

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