Disorders of the Skin

  • R. B. Coles
  • R. H. Seville
  • U. Gieler
  • U. Stangier


It seems to be agreed generally that there is a genetic element which determines psoriasis, but usually of more importance are the factors that precipitate or trigger the condition. Treatment and even prevention of these may considerably improve the prognosis; they include infection, trauma or endocrine factors and have been described elsewhere [1]. Major psychological stress precipitates psoriasis in over 40 % of first attacks [2], and worry or stress can exacerbate pre-existing lesions in 70% of patients [1]. The treatment of this stress by psychotherapy will be detailed in this chapter [3–5]. Physical treatment is usually needed in addition, often with dithranol, and continued until no trace of the rash remains [6]. Early and complete therapy is followed by a significantly better prognosis [7].


Atopic Dermatitis Chronic Urticaria Relaxation Training Atopic Dermatitis Patient Biofeedback Training 
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  • R. B. Coles
  • R. H. Seville
  • U. Gieler
  • U. Stangier

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