Pathophysiology of psoriasis.

Abstract

Psoriasis is a disease characterized by benign but unrestricted epithelial growth. The molecular pathophysiology of this unregulated growth has been discussed. A better understanding of the role of the cell surface, cyclic nucleotides, arachidonic acid-prostaglandin metabolism, and polyamines in psoriasis may clarify our understanding of this disease and… (More)

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@article{Voorhees1977PathophysiologyOP, title={Pathophysiology of psoriasis.}, author={John J . Voorhees}, journal={Annual review of medicine}, year={1977}, volume={28}, pages={467-73} }