October 17-18, 2018 Ottawa, USA
Psoriasis is a skin disorder that causes the skin cells to grow rapidly resulting in thick, white or red patches and causes itching. there are 5 types of psoriasis: plaque psoriasis (common, manifests as red and white scaly patches on skin), guttate psoriasis (lesions over upper trunk and proximal extremities), inverse psoriasis (involves folds and flexor surfaces such as ears, inflammatory folds, lips etc.), pustular psoriasis (uncommon type and appears to be raised bumps with pus), erythrodermic psoriasis (affects all body sites including face, hands, feets etc.). Psoriasis is associated with a risk of cancers, cardiovascular diseases and other immune mediated diseases. Psoriasis regularly influences the elbows' skin, knees, and scalp. A few individuals have such gentle, constrained psoriasis that they may not by any means suspect that they have a medicinal skin condition. Others have exceptionally extreme psoriasis that influences their whole body surface. Psoriasis is viewed as a serious, long haul (constant) skin condition. It has a variable course, occasionally enhancing and exacerbating. It is not bizarre for psoriasis to suddenly clear for a considerable length of time and stay disappearing. Numerous individuals take note of an intensifying of their side effects in the colder winter months.
Related Journals of Psoriasis
Psoriasis & Rosacea Open Access, Journal of Arthritis, Journal of Osteoarthritis, Journal of Dermatitis, Clinical Dermatology Research Journal, Hong Kong Journal of Dermatology and Venereology, Hong Kong Dermatology and Venereology Bulletin, Iranian Society of Dermatology, Journal of Clinical and Aesthetic Dermatology, Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, International-Italian Society of Plastic and Oncologic Dermatology, Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology