Addressing noncommunicable diseases
04 September 2017
Psoriatic disease is characterized by increased risk of developing related noncommunicable diseases. The most common comorbidities are obesity, hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes (collectively referred to as metabolic syndrome), cardiovascular disease, and inflammatory bowel disease. Due to the risk of developing these diseases, psoriatic disease must be addressed early, holistically and efficiently.