Individualized Homeopathic Treatment: Better Option in Management of Psoriasis
Psoriasis vulgaris is a cutaneous, inflammatory disease manifested by aberrant immune response mediated by T-lymphocytes. The disease is characterized by keratinocyte hyper proliferation, improper differentiation, angiogenesis and dermic vasodilatation. Psoriasis significantly affects the quality of patient’s life due toemotional stress. Sometimes patient may feel progressive mental depression and in turn seriously affecting his/hers family surrounding. The treatment approaches towards the successful management of psoriasis deserves consideration since the incidence of the disease is increasing now a days. Treating physicians should share their clinical experiences on global platform to benefit the patients effectively. Considering this aspect the present article describes some case studies of the management of Psoriasis with the help of homeopathic medicines.
Keywords: Homeopathy, Psoriasis, Dermatology, Skin Disease.
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