Comorbidities classically associated with psoriasis are psoriatic arthritis (PsA), Crohn’s disease (CD), psychological/psychiatric disorders (DPP) and uveitis. Recent studies also showed an increased prevalence of celiac disease, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and erectile dysfunction in patients suffering from psoriasis. A population-based study conducted in the UK has confirmed the association between psoriasis and MS. Patients were defined as having psoriasis if their diagnosis was confirmed in the questionnaire. Recent studies have evaluated if treating psoriasis can alleviate these comorbidities. 1,2 Recent studies have evaluated if psoriasis treatment especially treatment directed at the underlying inflammation affects these comorbidities and if any improvement in comorbidities associated with psoriasis treatment is linked to psoriasis treatment response (Table 2 on page S71). Psoriasis is independently associated with psychiatric morbidity and adverse cardiovascular risk factors, but not with cardiovascular events in a population- based sample.
2Behavioral Science and Psychiatric Research Centre, Zare Psychiatric Hospital, Mazandaran University of Medical Sciences, 5th Kilometer Sari-Neka Boulevard, Mazandaran Province, P. Psoriasis is associated with a variety of psychological problems. Content validity of BDI has been extensively tested and confirmed by previous studies 8. Department of DermatologyRadboud University Medical Center. Because of the burden of disease and the associated comorbidities, early diagnosis and management in children are essential. Although a relationship between nail involvement and psoriatic arthritis in adults has been suggested, recent studies in both children and adults do not support this correlation 25, 32, 50. Although the diagnosis of psoriasis is primarily based on clinical features, biopsy can help to confirm the diagnosis in children with atypical presentations. Autism spectrum disorders (ASD), including Asperger syndrome, are developmental disorders that begin in early childhood, persist throughout adulthood, and affect three crucial areas of development: communication, social interaction and restricted patterns of behavior. In medicine and in psychiatry, comorbidity is the presence of one or more additional conditions co-occurring with the primary one, or the effect of such additional disorders. An EEG can help confirm the seizure’s presence. Several studies have reported associated motor problems that include poor muscle tone, poor motor planning, and toe walking; ASD is not associated with severe motor disturbances.
Hospital and National Taiwan University College of Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan. Psoriasis severity was associated with PCS and MCS after adjusting for variables, although the strength of the relationship was attenuated in some models. Numerous studies have demonstrated the significant negative impact that psoriasis has on quality of life (QoL; Finlay and Coles, 1995; Fleischer et al. Psychiatric Comorbidity in Patients with Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne, Eczema and Group of Patients with Miscellaneous Dermatological Diagnoses. 3Department of Psychiatry, Faculty of Medicine, Ribat National University, Khartoum, Sudan. Several studies reported high rates of depression and anxiety particularly for specific dermatological disorders such as psoriasis and acne. Several dermatological conditions have been reported in association with psychological stress such as psoriasis, alopecia areata, atopic dermatitis, lichen planus, pruritus and rosacea.
Depression And Anxiety Disorders Among Patients With Psoriasis: A Hospital-based Case-control Study
Methods: A systematic review of literature was conducted in medical and psychological databases: PubMed / Medline, PsycInfo (APA), ProQuest and Pepsic. Other studies involving several psychiatric comorbidities of psoriasis are discussed by the authors of a recent systematic review (Rieder & Tausk, 2012). More recent studies have accessed instruments to evaluate health-related variables, such as quality of life and degree of disability of the disease, which shows a recent trend in studies with psoriasis. Techniques were used in these various interventions, such as psychotherapy, hypnosis, guided imagery and psychoeducation, but all these were not accompanied by further studies that could confirm the results with a larger sample and in other populations. Joint disease is associated with psoriasis in a significant proportion of patients (reported in one study to be 13. A number of studies have suggested that people with psoriasis may have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, lymphoma and non-melanoma skin cancer. An assessment of any patient with psoriasis should include disease severity, the impact of disease on physical, psychological and social well-being, whether they have psoriatic arthritis, and the presence of any comorbidities. The link between psoriasis and other medical conditions such as psoriatic arthritis (PsA), cardiovascular disease, metabolic disorder, inflammatory bowel disease, psychiatric disorders, lymphoma and ocular disease is being recognized by a growing body of peer review literature. Adults and children with severe psoriasis appear to have a higher likelihood of such comorbidities and an increased risk of mortality.1-9 Experts contend that psoriasis care should be more comprehensive. A recent study by Yeung et al6 published in JAMA Dermatology demonstrates that psoriasis is linked to an increased presence of other diseases that affect the lungs, heart, kidneys, liver and pancreas. The research team confirmed that hypercholesterolemia is associated with an elevated risk of psoriasis and psoriasis with PsA. Psoriasis, comorbidity Drug exposure Risk factors Case-control study. Psoriasis has been associated with a number of other pathological conditions such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension 1,2,3,4,5. Although suspected for many years, recent large epidemiological studies have confirmed that psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis are also associated with metabolic diseases including obesity, dyslipidemia and diabetes 1 5.