Neurocognitive Responses in Psoriasis Patients

Craig A. Elmets, MD


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These findings provide more evidence of the serious emotional impact of psoriasis. It is worth noting that the patients in this study did not have particularly extensive disease. Physicians need to be aware of these effects, even in patients with mild involvement, because emotional support may be just as important to them as the topical and systemic agents used to treat the skin disease.


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