What is Psoriasis?
Psoriasis is an inflammatory of the skin. It is a skin condition which can affect a person’s daily living. Symptons of Pasoriasis include: widespread redness, severe itching, and pain. There is no cure for Psoriasis currently. The treatment are basically short-term and random. That means the treatment can only clear Pasoriasis for only a certain period of time and each patient respond to the treatment differently. Each treatment methodology has its pros and cons and it will take a board-certified dermatologists who have the medical training and experience to determine the most appropriate treatments for each patient.
Generally, Psoriasis treatments fall into 3 categories:
- Topical (applied to the skin) for mild to moderate Psoriasis
- Photo (light, usually ultraviolet, applied to the skin) for moderate to severe Psoriasis
- Systemic (taken orally or by injection or infusion) for moderate, severe or disabling Psoriasis
Recently, a new method called “Doctorfish” (or Garra rufa). They live and breed in outdoor pools of some Turkish spas but now they are pretty popular in the Asian countries like Japan, Taiwan and most recently, Singapore. These fishes feed on the skin of patients with Psoriasis. These fishes are like combfishes and they only consume the dead areas of the skin, leaving the healthy skin to grow. Psoriasis, till now, is still relatively unknown in the research arena. Medical experts and scientist have, in the past 10-20 years, research on this subject.
The key here is to seek immediate doctor’s attention.
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