Ocular manifestations of psoriasis.

@article{Cruz2018OcularMO,
  title={Ocular manifestations of psoriasis.},
  author={Natasha Ferreira Santos da Cruz and Larissa Silva Brand{\~a}o and S{\'e}rgio Ferreira Santos da Cruz and S{\'e}rgio Ferreira Santos da Cruz and Carla Andr{\'e}a Avelar Pires and Francisca Regina Oliveira Carneiro},
  journal={Arquivos brasileiros de oftalmologia},
  year={2018},
  volume={81 3},
  pages={
          219-225
        }
}
PURPOSE We aimed to report the ocular manifestations observed in patients with psoriasis. METHODS Patients were included and referred to our ophthalmology clinic from dermatology clinics of Universidade do Estado do Pará between October 2013 and August 2014. Clinical interviews were conducted to identify relevant epidemiological data, clinical features, and treatment details, and data were recorded using the same protocol. Subsequent dermatological examinations were performed and disease… 

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