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Psoriasis: consensus and controversies

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What is “Psoriasis: consensus & controversies”?

"Psoriasis: consensus & controversies" is a forum between psoriasis experts from all around the world. The main goal is to build a multi-opinion document highlighting the different therapeutic strategies in the world. This approach allows to gather the large diversity of experiences and opinions and is the best way to identify major questions; hence, it is the motor of clinical research.

This debate is initiated by an informal paper, aiming to stimulate the expression of opinions, proposed by L. Dubertret.

The text is organized in several chapters. You can have updated references on the topics discussed in this document by clicking on the underlined words. To see the comments made by other experts, please click on the name of the author on the right side of the page.

1. PREFACE

2. HISTORICAL OVERVIEW

3. THE PHYSIOPATHOLOGY OF PSORIASIS

4. CLINICAL ASPECTS AND VARIATIONS

5. HISTOPATHOLOGY

6. DEVELOPMENT AND TRIGGER FACTORS

7. PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS

8. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

9. STRATEGY OF TREATMENT

10. ASSESSING THE SEVERITY OF PSORIASIS AND ITS EVOLUTION UNDER TREATMENT

11. TREATMENTS

12. THERAPEUTIC STRATEGIES

13. MANAGING DIFFERENT KINDS OF PSORIASIS

14. HOPES FOR THERAPY

15. CONCLUSION

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