Autors: Dr. Hossein Kheyrandish, Dr. Nader Kazemy, De. Naser Ghalehgari Nouri, Dr. Mehdi Askar Farasha,Dr. Mohammad Bemani Ranjbar
Prepared for publication by: Dr. Ali Namavar, Deputy of International Affairs of the University of Traditional Medicine, The 3rd International Conference on “Integration of Traditional and Allopathic Medicine”

Psoriasis is a chronic, non-contagious skin and joint diseases and usually appears in the elbows or knees regions; however, it might also appear in other parts of the body such as genital organs and nails. Psoriasis symptoms usually appear in adults (15-25 years old) and in 30% of cases, it is caused by genetic factor. The disease appears in form of red color scales with silver color flakes that associate with itching. The different types of Psoriasis are: 1. Plaque psoriasis that continues 80 to 90 percent of cases and its common type is psoriasis vulgaris that affects genital organs, 2. Flexural psoriasis that appears in the skin folds, genital region, groin, and under the breasts, 3. Guttate psoriasis that appears on scalp, body and organs along with the upper respiratory system infection (streptococci infections), 4. Pustular psoriasis: It covers the thin plaques of psoriasis in from of sterile Pustular, 5. Nail psoriasis that affects fingers and digits joints and nails, causing nails pitting or accumulation of keratotic substances under nails, 6. Psoriatic arthritis that appears by the inflammation of one or more joints and affects joints as well as connective tissue and might cause vast joints lesions, 7. Erhtyrodermic psoriasis: that usually affects the whole body and is accompanied by fever, water and electrolyte disorders, reduction of blood albumin and calcium Infection, stress, depression, hormonal changes, sin dryness, metabolism disorders, calcium deficiency, exposure to cold, use of carbonate lithium drugs, systemic steroids, beta blockers, anti-malaria drugs, interferon gamma, alcohol abuse, arterial hypertension, allergy, disorder associated with T.CELL in immunity system, and liver inefficiency. Of the 19 psoriasis patients underwent medical treatment at the Phlebotomy Research Institute of Iran, 60% of them were male; and, all of them received full recovery, 10% of total patients were female and received relative recovery, 15% returned only once and 15% cases no recovery was noticed.
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