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B et al (2008) Psoriasis and diabetes: a population-based crosssectional study

Psoriatic Arthritis and Diabetes: A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study. Han et al. Lindegard B. Diseases associated with psoriasis in a general population of 159,200 middle-aged, urban, native Swedes. 2008;159(supplement 2):1017. 2008 May;22(5):585-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-3083.2008.02636.x. Epub 2008 Mar 7. Psoriasis and diabetes: a population-based cross-sectional study. Cohen AD(1), Dreiher J, Shapiro Y, Vidavsky L, Vardy DA, Davidovici B, Meyerovitch J. Psoriasis and diabetes: A population-based cross-sectional study on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. Cohen et al.,17 have found that psoriasis is associated with dyslipidemia (P 0.015).

B et al (2008) Psoriasis and diabetes: a population-based crosssectional study 2Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a major contributor to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality that may be associated with psoriasis, but conflicting results have been presented and nationwide data on the risk of new-onset DM in patients with psoriasis have not been reported. Boehncke WH,; Boehncke S,; Tobin AM,; Kirby B. 2008;159(6):1331-1337. Dreiher J, Weitzman D, Shapiro J, Davidovici B, Cohen AD. A population-based, cross-sectional study was undertaken using computerized medical records from the Health Improvement Network Study population including individuals in the age group of 45 65 years with psoriasis and practice-matched controls.

Psoriasis may cause significant quality of life issues, even in mild cases, and is associated with excess all-cause mortality in patients with severe disease. 22 The study also demonstrated that prevalence was respective of disease severity, for example, there was an even higher prevalence of diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia and obesity in severe psoriatic patients compared to mild psoriatic patients and controls. A similar large-scale, population-based, cross-sectional study investigated CVD and risk factors among patients with psoriasis in 2 US healthcare databases, MarketScan and IMS Health. Menter A, Gottlieb A, Feldman SR, et al. 2008;58(5):826-850. 4. Citation: Nutrition and Diabetes (2012) 2, e54; doi:10.1038/nutd. Overall, compared with the general population, psoriasis patients have higher prevalence and incidence of obesity. In this systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies, we synthesized the current literature on the association between psoriasis and obesity based on epidemiological studies from around the world. Article; Grozdev I, Kast D, Cao L, Carlson D, Pujari P, Schmotzer B et al. A cross-sectional study. Cheng J, Kuai D, Zhang L, Yang X, Qiu B. Psoriasis increased the risk of diabetes: a meta-analysis.

Psoriasis And New-onset Diabetes

B et al (2008) Psoriasis and diabetes: a population-based crosssectional study 3Methods: In a cross-sectional study, 55 patients with psoriasis and 55 matched (sex and age) controls were entered the study at the Department of Dermatology between March 2011 and March 2013. 19 Another considerable finding is the lack of significant difference of the ischemic heart disease risk between psoriatic patients and controls in a large population-based Dutch cohort. Information regarding the smoking status and alcohol consumption, and medical problems including CVD, hypertension, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia, were recorded. 2008;58(6):10311042. Background: The association between psoriasis, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease remains largely unelucidated in the Indian population. It was a case-control, observational, cross-sectional study on patients with chronic plaque psoriasis. Cohen AD, Dreiher J, Shapiro Y, Vidavsky L, Vardy DA, Davidovici B, et al.

Cardiovascular Comorbidities In Patients With Psoriasis