Volume 56, Issue 2 (30 1998)                   Tehran Univ Med J 1998, 56(2): 83-88 | Back to browse issues page

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Farnaghi F, Moin A. One year survey of hospitalized psoriatic patients and their treatment in Razi Hospital. Tehran Univ Med J. 1998; 56 (2) :83-88
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During one year survey, 77 psoriatic patients were hospitalized in the dermatology department of Razi Hospital. This comprised 19% of admitted patients in this period. 29% (n=22) of psoriatic patients had previous history of hospitalization. On admission, the mean age of patients was 32.8 years, the mean and peak age of disease onset were 26.46 and between 11-20 years, respectively. 14% (n=10) of the patients had a family history of psoriasis and 70% (n=7) of those with a positive family history had their age of onset under 20 years. Involvement of different regions was as follows: Scalp: 88% (n=68), nails: 53% (n=41) and joints (arthritis): 10% (n=8). Psoriasis was associated with scrotal tongue in 19% (n=13) and with geographic tongue in 10% (n=8) of patients. Regarding the medical treatment, the drugs which were used most frequently were tigason in 34% (n=41) and ditranol in 22% (n=26) of the cases. The mean duration of hospitalization was 39.29 days and most patients were discharged from the hospital in a good condition without any serious complication. During this period 9% of patients had a relapse of their disease.
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