Vitiligo and psoriasis are both common diseases. However, coexistence of these two diseases is rare. The pathogenesis of the coexistence of vitiligo and psoriasis is still unknown. Herein, we report three children (11-year-old, 8-year-old, and 7-year-old females) who attended our Department of Dermatology with coexisting vitiligo and psoriasis. Herein, we report three children (11-year-old, 8-year-old, and 7-year-old females) who attended our Department of Dermatology with coexisting vitiligo and psoriasis. Psoriasis and vitiligo are common dermatologic conditions with underlying autoimmune etiologies. The objective of this study was to present a rare case of a concomitant and colocalized presentation of vitiligo and psoriasis. Coexistence of vitiligo and psoriasis: three case reports. Turk. We are offering this space,free of charge, to our community members to post announcements to the other users.
A case of this interesting coexistence seen on a 26 year old female patient who presented to the dermatology department of Dhulikhel hospital is presented here. The possible pathogenesis and literature review of this rare condition is discussed here. Coexistence of vitiligo and psoriasis: three case reports. Turk. We are offering this space,free of charge, to our community members to post announcements to the other users. The coexistence of psoriasis vulgaris and bullous pemphigoid is rare. Here, we report a 90-year-old patient with a 20-year history of psoriasis. CrossRef, PubMed, Web of Science; 3. Pasic A, Ljubojevic S, Lipozencic J, Marinovic B, Loncaric D. Coexistence of psoriasis vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid and vitiligo: a case report. Click here for the function of VTLG. Coexistence of psoriasis vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid and vitiligo: a case report. A rare case of an 18-year-old girl having Schmidt’s syndrome and vitiligo who presented with puberty menorrhagia is reported. Here we report an extremely rare case of type 3 PAS in which vitiligo vulgaris and symptomless autoimmune hypothyroidism were observed during the study of primary hyperaldosteronism.
A 30-year-old man recently presented with spreading vitiligo on the right forearm and a 3-month history of guttate psoriasis on the left forearm. Herein, we report on a case of coexisting vitiligo and psoriasis in the same individual at different sites and we review the relevant literature. Since neither disease is rare in the general population, the coexistence of these two dermatoses should be expected. Here we report a very rare coexistence of MMP and vitiligo, the first such report from India. A 37-year-old male patient presented with complaints of redness and pain in his left eye since two years, painful erosions in the oral cavity since six months, and ulcers over the scrotum and right knee since two months. 3. Ramanan C, Ghorpade A, Das MN, Bose U, Banerjee AK. Cicatricial pemphigoid: A case report. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol. Pasi A, Ljubojevi S, Lipozenci J, Marinovi B, Loncari D. Coexistence of psoriasis vulgaris, bullous pemphigoid and vitiligo: A case report. A 35-year-old male, known case of type 1 insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) and vitiligo vulgaris (VV) (stable for past 10 years) involving 15 body surface area, presented with multiple, asymptomatic, erythematous papules and nodules over the photo-exposed sites; forehead, periorbital area and nape of neck Figure 1. Click here to viewFigure 2: Atrophic plaque over preauricular vitiligo patchClick here to viewHistopathology from nodular, psoriasiform, and atrophic lesion demonstrated non-caseating, well-defined, naked granulomas in dermis consistent with sarcoidosis Figure 3. In conclusion, we present this case for the rare clustering of autoimmune diseases in the form of IDDM, VV and sarcoidosis with both pulmonary and cutaneous involvement. Strict anatomical coexistence of vitiligo and psoriasis vulgaris-a Koebner phenomenon?
Concurrent Vitiligo And Psoriasis
In this review, we discuss common cellular pathways and participants that mediate psoriasis and other autoimmune disorders that share these cellular signaling pathways. In the case of psoriasis vulgaris, IL-36Ra has been shown to be abundant, which may possibly attenuate agonist activity. This mechanism was supported by long-term remission of psoriatic skin inflammation for more than 3 years after tonsillectomy. Coexistence of psoriasis and vitiligo used to be considered very rare but this might be an underestimation. Herein, we review the biology of Th17 cells as well as the reciprocal interplay between Th17 and regulatory T cells in psoriasis. Integration of the IL-23/Th17 axis into a revised concept of psoriasis has already been translated into novel therapeutic strategies. Generalized vitiligo (vitiligo vulgaris) was the most common presentation in both groups. Koebner phenomenon was detected in 79. Background: Patients with psoriasis might be at a higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease (PD) as a result of the detrimental effect of chronic inflammation on the neuronal tissue. We present a case of an adolescent girl presenting with spontaneous extrusion of glass pieces from her body parts with focus on diagnostic dilemma and management. Three cases of cutaneous rhinosporidiosis with different presentations are reported here to highlight the manifold nature of the condition. Its incidence is considered as rare, with prevalence from 0.4 to 3. Vitiligo coexists with other autoimmune disorders, Sutton or halo nevus, and malignant melanoma. We here report a case of a 15 year-old female who presented with bilateral Becker’s nevus over her groins, thighs, vulva, and in front of the neck from the age of 5 years. Also, vitiligo in Korean population was associated with various autoimmune/non-autoimmune diseases such as thyroiditis, atopic dermatitis, and psoriasis. Autoimmunity is the system of immune responses of an organism against its own healthy cells and tissues. Any disease that results from such an aberrant immune response is termed an autoimmune disease. This disparity has led to the idea that human autoimmune disease is in most cases (with probable exceptions including type I diabetes) based on a loss of B cell tolerance which makes use of normal T cell responses to foreign antigens in a variety of aberrant ways. Three main sets of genes are suspected in many autoimmune diseases. Coexistent Sarcoidosis and Alopecia Areata or Vitiligo: A Case Series and Review of the Literature, Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology Research. Sarcoidosis is a rare systemic disease, with a prevalence of 1-40 cases per 100,000 which is characterized by noncaseating granulomatous inflammation, most commonly involving the lungs, intrathoracic lymph nodes, eyes and skin 1. We present a series of 4 patients with sarcoidosis, 2 with coexistent alopecia areata, 1 with coexistent alopecia universalis and 1 with coexistent vitiligo, suggesting a potential overlap in the immunological and inflammatory pathways underlying these diseases.
Morphea occasionally coexists with systemic lupus erythematosus, vitiligo, psoriasis, type 1 diabetes mellitus, and other autoimmune diseases such as autoimmune thyroiditis. Nlom-Nz M, Somogyi- Demerjian N, Meyer O. Ankylosing spondylitis and systemic sclerosis: a rare combination. PAS III can be further classified into the following 3 subcategories:. Such coexistence of PAS III and CVID may be due to autoimmunity and the association of both conditions with human leukocyte antigen (HLA). A rare case of PAS III in monozygotic twins, in which one of the twins also had autoimmune leukopenia, was also reported, 4 as was a case of PAS III with autoimmune leukopenia. Presented at the International NAAF Conference, Seattle, Washington. The coexistence of alopecia areata and vitiligo in the same patient was well documented more than a century ago 3. We report here on a case of DCP-induced vitiligo in a patient with AU. Association between psoriasis and diseases such as vitiligo, bullous pemphigoid, systemic diseases such as lymphoproliferative malignancy and metabolic syndrome have been established; but no such associations have been evaluated, yet between psoriasis and human papilloma virus (HPV) infection. But here we report a case of psoriasis which probably could have been triggered by genital warts (HPV infection) and discuss the possible association between the two rare co-existing dermatological conditions.