A case study of plaque psoriasis and its homoeopathic management
Author(s): Dr. S Soundarya, Dr. S Aravind, Dr. K Manikanda Perumal and Dr. Prasobh MP
Abstract: Psoriasis is a common autoimmune disease of cutaneous inflammation and keratinocyte hyperproliferation with a complex immuno genetic basis. Psoriasis is widespread, persistent, inflammatory skin condition, typically associated with raised, well-defined, erythematous skin lesions of diverse size that are capped by silvery-white scales. It is caused by the interplay of genetic and environmental variables. In recent years, the prevalence of psoriasis has increased. There are various types of psoriasis; one among them is Plaque psoriasis. It affects the face, ears, scalp, trunk, and extremities, and it is quite frequent. Here is a case of plaque psoriasis that was successfully improved with homoeopathic medicines, which indicates the significance of homoeopathic medicines in the treatment of plaque psoriasis.
Dr. S Soundarya, Dr. S Aravind, Dr. K Manikanda Perumal, Dr. Prasobh MP. A case study of plaque psoriasis and its homoeopathic management. Int J Hom Sci 2022;6(3):172-175. DOI: 10.33545/26164485.2022.v6.i3c.617