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Updated December 2019.
Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease which affects approximately 2% of the population, and in the majority of cases presents with disfiguring, scaling and erythematous plaques of the skin.
This section of the Psoriasis Learning Zone will provide an overview of the disease, including epidemiology, the link with psoriatic arthritis, the burden of disease and the role of cytokines in psoriasis development.
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Learn about the link between psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and uncover the implications for patients who experience both.
Here you will find information on the significant impact of psoriasis on quality of life, health-care resource utilisation, associated costs and work productivity.
Discover the incidence, prevalence and causes of psoriasis. Is it influenced by genetics, the environment, or both?
Learn about the pathophysiology of psoriasis, from the start of the disease initiation to the reasons behind the maintenance of the condition.
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