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Dear Editor We have read with great enthusiasm the recently published article entitled 'Electrocardiographic P-wave characteristics in patients with psoriasis vulgaris' by Bacaksız and co-workers (1). They concluded that Pmax and P-wave dispersion (PWD) were significantly higher in psoriasis patients than in controls showed that psoriasis is associated with(More)
Background: Psoriasis is a multigenic and multifactorial dermatological disease linked to cardiovascular diseases. Increased levels of homocysteine in patients with psoriasis have been demonstrated in many studies. The most frequently investigated genetic defect that plays a role in homocysteine metabolism is single point substitution (C to T) located on(More)
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