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Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses

Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses 1

Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses. Official Full-Text Publication: Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. Psychiatric comorbidity is estimated to affect over 30 of patients with dermatologic disease 3.

Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses 2Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses. Open Journal of Psychiatry, 4, 168-175. 2014-06 journal-article. Source: Amir Mufaddel. In more than one third of dermatology patients, effective management of the skin condition involves consideration of associated psychologic factors. 2 Dermatologists have stressed the need for psychiatric consultation in general, and psychological factors may be of particular concern in chronic intractable dermatologic conditions, such as eczema, prurigo, and psoriasis. Several other conditions of interest can be grouped under a heading of miscellaneous, and medication side effects of both psychotropic and dermatologic drugs should also be considered. Psychiatric comorbidity of acne excoriee includes body image disorder, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), delusional disorders, personality disorders, and social phobias. ICD-10 criteria were used for clinical psychiatric diagnosis.

In perhaps more than 50 of patients with chronic idiopathic urticaria, it is caused by an autoimmune reaction. Cold urticaria is diagnosed by dabbing an ice cube against the skin of the forearm for 1 to 5 minutes. Treatment guidelines for the management of chronic urticaria have been published by professional allergy and dermatology groups. Psychiatric comorbidities and treatments among patients and controls were determined by claims. CpG ODNs and Tau-Cl both have potential for topical treatment of autoimmune conditions, including psoriasis, vitiligo, and alopecia areata. Purpose: To determine the leading dermatologic disorders for each major racial and ethnic group in the United States. Method: Fifty consecutive clinically diagnosed psoriasis patients and 50 consecutive clinically diagnosed chronic urticaria patients were examined clinically and administered Gurmeet Singh’s presumptive stressful life events scale. 1 Stress affects several skin diseases such as psoriasis, urticaria, pruritus, alopecia areata, acne, and eczema; but patients of chronic urticaria and psoriasis were studied because both are chronic diseases with remissions and relapses and provide a platform for examining the role of stress in onset or exacerbation of skin disease. All the patients were subjected to detailed examination, including the elicitation of dermatological and psychiatric complaints.

Amir Mufaddel (0000-0002-7981-9881)

Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses 3In a study of ustekinumab in patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis, investigators did not observe an increased trend in dose-related or cumulative toxicity with the duration of ustekinumab treatment. The investigators also reported rates of adverse events generally comparable to those of other biologics approved for managing moderate-to-severe psoriasis. Talarozole, a selective inhibitor of P450-mediated all-trans retinoic acid for the treatment of psoriasis and acne. Geria AN, Scheinfeld NS. Clinical presentation and diagnosis of acne: patient-centric considerations. Cook-Bolden FE. Cutis. This article reviews psychiatric guidelines that may be used to assess psychopathology in the dermatology patient. Cold urticaria is diagnosed by dabbing an ice cube against the skin of the forearm for 1 to 5 minutes. Treatment guidelines for the management of chronic urticaria have been published by professional allergy and dermatology groups. Stress, psychiatric co-morbidity and coping in patients with chronic idiopathic urticaria.

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