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Psoriasis

A Systemic Disease

The purpose of this book is to present a comprehensive analysis of Psoriasis, a disease that affects approximately 2-3% of humanity in all countries. Psoriasis existence is surveyed since the clay tablets of Assyrians and Babylonians 3.000-5.000 years ago, thru the middle ages, the renaissance, XIX and XX centuries.

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PsoriasisA Systemic DiseaseEdited by Jose O' Daly

Published: March 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2472

ISBN: 978-953-51-0281-6

Copyright year: 2012

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13 Dimensions Citations

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1. Psoriasis, a Systemic Disease Beyond the Skin, as Evidenced by Psoriatic Arthritis and Many Comorbities – Clinical Remission with a Leishmania Amastigotes Vaccine, a Serendipity Finding

By J.A. O’Daly

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2. History of Psoriasis

By Ines Brajac and Franjo Gruber

5188

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3. Psoriasis: Epidemiology, Clinical and Histological Features, Triggering Factors, Assessment of Severity and Psychosocial Aspects

By Susana Coimbra, Hugo Oliveira, Américo Figueiredo, Petronila Rocha-Pereira and Alice Santos-Silva

7171

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4. Psoriasis and Malassezia Yeasts

By Asja Prohić

4901

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5. SAPHO Syndrome

By Gunter Assmann

2892

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6. Peptidylarginine Deiminases and Protein Deimination in Skin Physiopathology

By Shibo Ying, Michel Simon, Guy Serre and Hidenari Takahara

2276

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7. Insights into the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Psoriasis

By Robyn S. Fallen, Aupam Mitra and Hermenio C. Lima

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8. Psoriasis

By Adolfo Fernandez-Obregon

2381

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