Abstract| Volume 37, 101544, January 2020

Demographic and Clinical Characteristics of MS Patients Concomitant with Psoriasis: Lower Relapses, Lower Disability

      Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and psoriasis are immune-mediated diseases. The prevalence estimation of psoriasis in the general population is 0.9-8.5% in adults, that depending on the region. Similar to MS, it seems to be higher in the region with more distance from the equator. The most prevalent autoimmune diseases associated with MS were thyroid disease and psoriasis based on previouos findings in the literature.
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