par Tsankov, N.;Grozdev, Ivan
Référence Medical hypotheses, 117, page (31-32)
Publication Publié, 2018-08
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : Psoriasis is a multifaceted disease in terms of its pathophysiological mechanisms, inducing and aggravating factors, clinical types and clinical severity, associated comorbidities and therapeutic modalities. In recent years, an attracting perspective has emerged to identify variants of the disease with their own specific clinical course and management which could stratify the variable spectrum of the disease into different entities (such as palmo-plantar pustulosis). We hypothesize the existence of a unique Tuberculosis-related type of psoriasis that could be managed successfully with rifampicin.