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Metabolic syndrome and psoriasis

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2018-07-05
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7
Year: 
2018

E. Dvoryankova(1), MD; Professor I. Korsunskaya(1), MD; I. Sorkina(2) 1-Center for Theoretical Problems of Physicochemical Pharmacology, Moscow 2-AO «K+31 Clinic», Moscow

The paper describes current views on the pathogenesis of metabolic syndrome and its correlation with skin abnormality, such as psoriasis. It indicates the relationship between insulin resistance and the severity of the psoriatic process. There are data on the management of patients with metabolic syndrome and psoriasis: the design of a follow-up and the recommendations for lifestyle and combination therapy.

Keywords: 
dermatology
psoriasis
metabolic syndrome
comorbidity of psoriasis



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