Patient surveys in psoriasis demonstrate that the disease impacts the patients beyond managing the physical symptoms to affecting other aspects of life including work and relationships. Limited information exists on patient perceptions of psoriasis and treatment preferences outside the United States or Europe.
Patient Perceptions of Psoriasis
A Review of the Survey Literature by Geography [MEETING ABSTRACT PSS27]
Mordin, M., Haydysch, E., Graham-Clarke, P., Gnanasakthy, A., & Nikai, E. (2016). Patient Perceptions of Psoriasis: A Review of the Survey Literature by Geography [MEETING ABSTRACT PSS27]. Value in Health, 19(3), A126-A127. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jval.2016.03.518
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