Satisfaction with treatment among patients with psoriasis: a web-based survey study.

  title={Satisfaction with treatment among patients with psoriasis: a web-based survey study.},
  author={O D van Cranenburgh and John de Korte and Mirjam A. G. Sprangers and Menno A. de Rie and Ellen M. A. Smets},
  journal={The British journal of dermatology},
  volume={169 2},
BACKGROUND Various psoriasis treatments are currently available: topical therapy, photo(chemo)therapy, oral agents and biologics. Little is known about patients' satisfaction with these treatment options. Moreover, the few available studies show methodological shortcomings. OBJECTIVES To answer the following questions: firstly, how satisfied are patients with psoriasis with their current treatment and does patients' satisfaction significantly differ between treatment types when controlling… CONTINUE READING
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