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Introduction

Psoriasis involves nearly all the skin cells and inflammatory cells. It alters the set of complex interactions that control skin homeostasis : (...)

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Psoriasis is a genetic disorder

[|Although I agree that in different families with psoriasis the genes involved are different, form the main point of the genetics in psoriasis (...)

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Psoriasis : a non-inhibited normal healing process

The assault on the stratum corneum in normal human skin causes a stream of events ending in hyperproliferation of the basement membrane cells. (...)

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Psoriasis is maintained by neutrophils

[|There is no formal proof that neutrophils do maintain psoriasis, since there is no way to block them specifically. What we do know from much (...)

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Psoriasis is the outcome of a skin cells anomaly

[|Since psoriasis is a polygenic disease, it cannot be the outcome of a single cell anomaly – again, here I disagree strongly.|auteur195]
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Psoriasis is the outcome of an anomaly of the interactions between dermis and epidermis

[|There is no experimental proof that the disturbance between epidermis and dermis is responsible for the development of psoriasis.|auteur194] (...)

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Psoriasis is an illness resulting from the activation of certain subpopulations of T lymphocytes

[|In view of the recent publication by Zenz et al. (Psoriasis-like skin disease and arthritis caused by inducible epidermal deletion of Jun (...)

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What can be learned from physiopathological studies for patient information purposes ?

The plethora of triggering events, of physiopathological pathways and of clinical manifestations turns attention from the disease to the patient, (...)

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