Psoriasis is an inflammatory immunological disease that can affect the skin, scalp, and joints. Its origin is often genetic or triggered by the intake of certain medications. Chronic consumption of alcohol or cigarettes can exacerbate it. The condition is characterized by the accumulation of skin cells, forming dry and irritating plaques. The most common symptoms include redness on the skin and sometimes in the nail or joint areas.
Les symptômes les plus courants sont des rougeurs sur la peau et parfois dans la région des ongles ou des articulations.
Inflammation of the skin accompanied by itching. Atopic dermatitis usually appears in early childhood and is more common in individuals with a family history of the disease. The main symptom is characterized by redness typically located on the arms and behind the knees, although it can appear anywhere. Eczema is a pruritic dermatosis characterized by a non-contagious inflammation of the skin, accompanied by redness, small vesicles, scales, and itching.