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The positive correlation between psoriasis vulgaris severity degree with HbA 1 C level Made

  title={The positive correlation between psoriasis vulgaris severity degree with HbA 1 C level Made},
  author={Swastika Adiguna and Made Wardhana and Fresa Nathania Rahardjo},
Open access https://balidv.org/index.php/bdv The positive correlation between psoriasis vulgaris severity degree with HbA1C level Made Swastika Adiguna1*, Made Wardhana1, Fresa Nathania Rahardjo2 Introduction: Psoriasis is a skin abnormality based on chronic inflammation immune-mediated. Insulin resistance and psoriasis seem to have a connection, but it has not been explained clearly. HbA1c describe the glucose concentration and demonstrate the insulin resistance condition indirectly. Objective… 

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