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Psoriasis in Kashmir Valley: a clinico-epidemiological study

A cross sectional observational clinico epidemiological study on psoriasis was done on one thousand ethnic Kashmiri patients attending the Out patient Department of Dermatology,STD and Leprosy,Government Medical College Srinagar Kashmir over a period of six years (1999-2005). Abstract: A cross sectional observational clinico epidemiological study on psoriasis was done on one thousand ethnic Kashmiri patients attending the Out patient Department of Dermatology,STD and Leprosy,Government Medical College Srinagar Kashmir over a period of six years (1999-2005). Psoriasis patients had a higher prevalence of high triglyceride levels than controls, the difference being statistically insignificant (40 vs. Ideally a large population based, clinico-epidemiological study would help to bridge this gap. However, our finding was in contrast to the result of the study done in Kashmir, which reported that psoriasis patients with metabolic syndrome had longer mean disease duration than patients without metabolic syndrome 8.

Psoriasis in Kashmir Valley: a clinico-epidemiological study 2The study group included 77 patients of chronic plaque psoriasis above 18 years of age attending the dermatology department. 4, Psoraisis in Kashmir Valley: A clinico-epidemiological study. Several studies have reported about pattern of skin diseases in different districts of India, but there is no such report from Darbhanga. Pattern of pediatric dermatoses in Kashmir Valley: A study from tertiary care centre. Sero-Epidemiological Survey of Human Cystic Echinococcosis in Kashmir, North India. There are numerous reports and hospital-based studies from Kashmir, North India, yet there has been no epidemiological study conducted in Kashmir, the apparently endemic area for human hydatidosis. Aim: The study was to the clinical profile of psoriasis patients associated with PsA in Kashmir valley of India.

Psoriasis and cardiomyopathy: an intriguing association. Epidermolysis bullosa: a series of 12 patients in kashmir valley. Clinico-radiological profile of strokes in Kashmir valley, North-West India: A study from a university hospital. The ARGA study with general practitioners: Impact of medical education on asthma/rhinitis management. Epidemiology, complications and management of diabetes in Ethiopia: A systematic review. Self-Management in Daily Life with Psoriasis: An Integrative Review of Patient Needs for Structured Education. Adverse cutaneous drug reactions–a clinico-demographic study in a tertiary care teaching hospital of the Kashmir Valley, India. A cross-sectional observational study was conducted over a period of one year from October 2012 to October 2013 in the outpatient department (OPD) of a tertiary care teaching hospital of the Kashmir valley in India and various ACDRs were recorded. Epidemiological data is limited for cutaneous adverse drug reactions (CADRs) in India.

A Study Of The Prevalence Of Diabetes, Insulin Resistance, Lipid Abnormalities, And Cardiovascular Risk Factors In Patients With Chronic Plaque Psoriasis Pereira Rr, Amladi St, Varthakavi Pk

A clinical study of the skin changes in pregnancy in Kashmir valley of north India: A hospital based study p. Dermoscopic findings in scalp psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis; Two new signs; Signet ring vessel and hidden hair p. Severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions: A clinicoepidemiological study, p. 69 The Rift Valley fever epizootic in Egypt 1977-78. 2. Ixodidae) for Crimean haemorrhagic fever virus activity in Jammu &38; Kashmir state, India. Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions – A Clinico-demographic Study in a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital of the Kashmir Valley, India. Severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions: a clinicoepidemiological study. Nail involvement is an extremely common feature of psoriasis and affects approximately 10-78 of psoriasis patients with 5-10 of patients having isolated nail psoriasis. Severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions: A clinicoepidemiological study. 15. A clinical study of the skin changes in pregnancy in Kashmir valley of North India: A hospital based study.

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