1982
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1982.01650150005007
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Microbial Factors in Psoriasis

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“…The results of the present study revealed that the presence of Candida in the oral cavity is more common among psoriasis patients and is associated with disease severity. The association between Candida and psoriasis was first studied in 1982 by Rosenberg et al . In a comprehensive study, Henseler investigated the association between mucocutaneous candidiasis and skin disease in 44 695 patients with >80 cutaneous disorders .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The results of the present study revealed that the presence of Candida in the oral cavity is more common among psoriasis patients and is associated with disease severity. The association between Candida and psoriasis was first studied in 1982 by Rosenberg et al . In a comprehensive study, Henseler investigated the association between mucocutaneous candidiasis and skin disease in 44 695 patients with >80 cutaneous disorders .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The linkage between Candida and psoriasis has been investigated since the early 1980s. Two groups of researchers have studied this subject thoroughly: one group from the University of Memphis, Tennessee, USA [10], and another group from the university of Frankfurt, Germany [11].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Malassezia has been associated with a wide range of other superficial diseases, including acne vulgaris (21,206), dacryocystitis (474), seborrhoeic blepharitis (440), neonatal pustulosis (19,309,336,350), confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (136,215,223,236,366,481,482), onychomycosis (97, 400), nodular hair infection (262), and psoriasis (120,124,140,373,374,376). In many of these reports, the isolation of Malassezia was taken as proof of its involvement in the disease, an assumption that may not be correct due to its presence on the skin as a commensal.…”
Section: Other Superficial Diseasesmentioning
confidence: 99%