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  • Psychogenic Itch Management. [Journal Article]
  • Curr Probl Dermatol 2016; 50:124-32CP
  • Szepietowski JC, Reszke R
  • Pruritus is a bothersome and prevalent symptom reported by patients suffering from both cutaneous and extracutaneous diseases. Psychogenic pruritus, also referred to as functional itch disorder, is a...
  • Neurologic Itch Management. [Journal Article]
  • Curr Probl Dermatol 2016; 50:116-23CP
  • Şavk E
  • Neurologic itch is defined as pruritus resulting from any dysfunction of the nervous system. Itch arising due to a neuroanatomic pathology is seen to be neuropathic. Causes of neuropathic itch range ...
  • Itch in Psoriasis Management. [Journal Article]
  • Curr Probl Dermatol 2016; 50:102-10CP
  • Szepietowski JC, Reich A
  • Psoriasis is a common chronic inflammatory skin disease observed in about 1-3% of the general population. About 60-90% of patients with psoriasis suffer from itching. Interestingly, in the past itch ...
  • [Pruritus in psoriasis : Profile and therapy]. [Journal Article]
  • Hautarzt 2016; 67(8):601-5H
  • Tsianakas A, Mrowietz U
  • Psoriasis is a common chronic inflammatory disease with an incidence of about 0.5-3 %. Previously psoriasis was not primarily regarded to be associated with pruritus; however, this perception has cha...
  • Treatment of Fatigue in Parkinson Disease. [Comment]
  • JAMA 2016 Jun 7; 315(21):2340-1JAMA
  • Elbers RG, Berendse HW, Kwakkel G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Rasagiline, modafinil, and doxepin are associated with improvement in fatigue and are not associated with increased risk of adverse effects in patients with PD. However, the quality of evidence is limited and does not provide a clear basis for treatment decisions.
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