Psoriasis and Innovations in Psoriasis Management

An illustration of an autoimmune disease is psoriasis. Lesions and plaques are produced on the skin as a result of the rapid skin cell multiplication it causes. Psoriasis is not a disease that spreads easily. It is believed that a combination of hereditary and environmental factors contributes to psoriasis. There are numerous topical and systemic treatments available for the cutaneous symptoms of psoriasis. The severity of the condition, any coexisting conditions, the patient's desire, the efficacy, and an evaluation of the particular patient's response are all taken into consideration when selecting a treatment plan. Innovations in Psoriasis Management have revolutionized treatment. Targeted Biologics, Phototherapy Advancements, Personalized Therapies, and Digital Monitoring are keywords shaping progress. Biologics target specific immune responses, improving efficacy. Phototherapy evolves with UVB and PUVA treatments

  • Immunomodulator drugs
  • Psoriasis
  • Phototherapy 
  • Telemedicine
  • Epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica
  • Granuloma multiforme
  • Mycosis fungoides

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