How does psoriasis develop? Psoriasis symptoms. How does psoriasis start? Beginning of Psoriasis

 

How does psoriasis develop? Psoriasis symptoms Psoriasis is due to an abnormal activation of the immune system that results in skin inflammation, excessive proliferation of keratinocyte. A chronic inflammatory disease that causes the skin cells, in a specific, area to reproduce at a rate 2-4 times faster than normal, producing raised scaly patches.

 

How does Psoriasis develop?

 

Psoriasis is due to an abnormal activation of the immune system that results in skin inflammation, excessive proliferation of keratinocytes (cells constituting the epidermis), and formation of new vessels in the dermis.

 

Psoriasis is considered a systemic disease. It is a multifactorial disease with a genetic and immunological basis. Psoriasis is associated with multiple comorbidities, particularly hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia and inflammatory bowel disease.

 

It is a multifactorial disease. Triggering factors:  

  • Genetic factors
  • Environmental factors
  • Infectious factors (especially by streptococcal type A, HIV, candidiasis)
  • Pharmacological factors (especially the use of NSAIDs and beta-blockers, lithium salts, antimalarials)
  • Stressful events
  • Lifestyles, particularly obesity, alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking.

 

In detail, psoriasis is:

  • A chronic inflammatory disease that causes the skin cells, in a specific, area to reproduce at a rate 2-4 times faster than normal, producing raised scaly patches. 
  • Highly treatable. There is a range of effective treatments to control psoriasis and improve your quality of life.
  • Widespread. It has been estimated that between 2 and 3% of the global population is affected by psoriasis.
  • Psoriasis can have an early-onset or a late-onset in patients 80 years and older
  • Psoriasis is found in all races but is most common in Caucasians.
  • There is currently no psoriasis cure but the condition can be kept under control with the available treatments.

 

 

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