Four clinical variants of psoriasis (Guttate psoriasis, psoriasis vulgaris, C. Psoriasis affects 2 of the U.S. population, and about 11 of these patients have psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Additionally, erythroderma may result in temperature dysregulation, hypoalbuminemia, and high output cardiac failure. It also helps to prevent megaloblastic anemia. It is more common in males with a male to female ratio of 2:1 to 4:1. Common abnormalities include mild anemia, leukocytosis, elevated sedimentation rate, hyperuricemia, hyperglobulinemia, hypoalbuminemia, and eosinophilia. Mild anemia, with hematocrit values between 35 and 38 percent, is thought to be due to folic deficiency, iron deficiency, and a chronic inflammatory state. Erythrodermic psoriasis is due to improper treatment of psoriasis, especially the application of steroids in psoriasis vulgaris were of acute or long-term large-scale application of corticosteroid drugs, withdrawal or reduction resulting from improper methods.
Patients with acute generalized pustular psoriasis may develop acute hypocalcemia secondary to severe hypoalbuminemia. All these factors contribute to anemia. (VEGF) are found in psoriasis, eczema and other causes of erythroderma9 2. Hypoalbuminemia 3. Filters: anemia x hypoproteinemia x. (2 articles) Protein losing enteropathy WIKIPEDIA. Biermer disease or pernicious anemia is an autoimmune atrophic gastritis characterized by the lack of secretion of gastric intrinsic factor.
Table 2: Adverse Reactions Regardless of Relationship to Study Drug Reported in Newly Diagnosed CML Clinical Trial in the Gleevec versus INF+Ara-C Study ( 10 of Gleevec Treated Patients)1 Preferred Term All Grades CTC Grades 3/4 Gleevec N 551 ( ) IFN+Ara-C N 533 ( ) Gleevec N 551 ( ) IFN+Ara-C N 533 ( ) Fluid Retention 61. 1 -1: exfoliative dermatitis, bullous eruption, psoriasis, rash pustular, contusion, sweating increased, urticaria, ecchymosis, increased tendency to bruise, hypotrichosis, skin hypopigmentation, skin hyperpigmentation, onychoclasis, folliculitis, petechiae, erythema multiforme.