C0033860 - An autoimmune condition characterized by red, well-delineated plaques with silvery scales that are usually on the extensor surfaces and scalp. They can occasionally present with these manifestations: pustules; erythema and scaling in intertriginous areas, and erythroderma, that are often distributed on extensor surfaces and scalp. 5/10
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CUI    C0033860
BasqueICPC Basque S91 L1509372preferred S1805281 Y ARTROPATIADUN EDO GABEKO SORIASIA
CzechMedical Subject Headings Czech D011565 L6761477preferred S7886873 Y psoriáza
CzechMedical Subject Headings Czech D011565 L6772926no S7880055 Y lupénka
CzechMedDRA Czech 10037153 L8071431no S10113775 N Psoriáza
CzechMedDRA Czech 10037153 L8071431no S10113775 Y Psoriáza
DanishICPC Danish S91 L1289940preferred S1531886 Y Psoriasis
DutchICPC Dutch S91 L1289941preferred S1531887 N Psoriasis
DutchICPC2E Dutch S91 L1289941preferred S1531887 N Psoriasis
Dutch(ICD10DUT) ICD10, Dutch Translation L40 L1289941preferred S1531887 N Psoriasis
DutchMedical Subject Headings Dutch D011565 L1289941preferred S1531887 Y Psoriasis
Dutch(ICD10DUT) ICD10, Dutch Translation L40.9 L3718097no S4401332 Y Psoriasis, niet gespecificeerd
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10037153 L4999778no S5687292 N psoriasis
DutchMedDRA Dutch 10037153 L4999778no S5687292 Y psoriasis
EnglishICD10 L40 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishICD10AM L40 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishICPC S91 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishICPC2P S91001 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishLibrary of Congress Subject Headings U003898 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishMedDRA 10037153 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
English(RCD) Read Codes X506Y L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishSNOMED M-48840 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishICD10CM L40 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000002526 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishMEDLINEPLUS 373 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishOMIM MTHU036411 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishLibrary of Congress Subject Headings_NW sh85108334 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishLOINC LA15165-6 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishNCI National Institute of Child Health and Human Development C3346 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishHPO HP:0003765 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishMedDRA 10037153 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 9014002 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishICPC2EENG S91 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishNCI Thesaurus C3346 L0033860preferred S0078226 N Psoriasis
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D011565 L0033860preferred S0078226 Y Psoriasis
English(CCPSS) Clinical Problem Statements 0043208 L0033860preferred S0394344 N PSORIASIS
English(CST) COSTART PSORIASIS L0033860preferred S0394344 N PSORIASIS
English(DXP) DXplain U001612 L0033860preferred S0394344 N PSORIASIS
English(DXP) DXplain U003255 L0033860preferred S0394344 N PSORIASIS
EnglishWHO 1398 L0033860preferred S0394344 Y PSORIASIS
English(AOD) Alcohol and Other Drug Thesaurus 0000005222 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
English(BI) Beth Israel Problem List BI00608 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
English(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus 1849-8073 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
EnglishCHV 0000010310 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
EnglishNCI NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms CDR0000044219 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
EnglishICPC2ICD10ENG MTHU062353 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
EnglishICPC2P S91001 L0033860preferred S0424597 N psoriasis
EnglishMEDCIN 33107 L0033860preferred S0424597 Y psoriasis
EnglishMedical Subject Headings D011565 L0033860preferred S0078224 Y Psoriases
EnglishSNOMED Intl D0-22100 L0033860preferred S0507128 Y Psoriasis, NOS
EnglishCHV 0000010310 L0033860preferred S11930560 Y psoriases
EnglishICD10AM L40.9 L0882435no S1000822 N Psoriasis, unspecified
EnglishICD10CM L40.9 L0882435no S1000822 N Psoriasis, unspecified
EnglishICD10 L40.9 L0882435no S1000822 Y Psoriasis, unspecified
EnglishSNOMEDCT_US 9014002 L3026501no S3498395 Y Psoriasis (disorder)
EnglishMEDCIN 33107 L7249399no S8521624 Y psoriasis (diagnosis)
English(NDFRT) National Drug File - Reference Terminology N0000002526 L7648560no S8857303 Y Psoriasis [Disease/Finding]
EnglishCHV 0000010310 L9525752no S11930581 Y psoriasi
FinnishMedical Subject Headings Finnish D011565 L5687213preferred S6520251 Y Psoriaasi
FinnishICPC Finnish S91 L1285048no S1526994 Y PSORIASIS
FrenchICPC French S91 L1289942preferred S1531888 N Psoriasis
FrenchMedDRA French 10037153 L1289942preferred S1531888 N Psoriasis
FrenchMedDRA French 10037153 L1289942preferred S1531888 N Psoriasis
FrenchMedical Subject Headings French D011565 L1289942preferred S1531888 Y Psoriasis
FrenchWHOART French 1398 L0173518no S0237999 Y PSORIASIS
German(DMDICD10) ICD-10 German L40 L1289943preferred S1531889 N Psoriasis
GermanICPC German S91 L1289943preferred S1531889 N Psoriasis
GermanMedDRA German 10037153 L1289943preferred S1531889 N Psoriasis
GermanMedDRA German 10037153 L1289943preferred S1531889 N Psoriasis
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D011565 L1289943preferred S1531889 Y Psoriasis
GermanWHOART German 1398 L0420168no S0544450 Y PSORIASIS
German(DMDICD10) ICD-10 German L40.9 L1289937no S1531883 Y Psoriasis, nicht naeher bezeichnet
GermanMedical Subject Headings German D011565 L1296736no S1538682 Y Schuppenflechte
HebrewICPC Hebrew S91 L1562405preferred S1858314 Y psoriazis
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10037153 L10047795preferred S12557669 N Psoriasis
HungarianMedDRA Hungarian 10037153 L10047795preferred S12557669 Y Psoriasis
HungarianICPC Hungarian S91 L1314178no S1556124 Y psoriasis
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10037153 L1289945preferred S1531891 N Psoriasi
ItalianICPC Italian S91 L1289945preferred S1531891 N Psoriasi
ItalianMedDRA Italian 10037153 L1289945preferred S1531891 N Psoriasi
ItalianMedical Subject Headings Italian D011565 L1289945preferred S1531891 Y Psoriasi
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10037153 L3462518preferred S3990012 N 乾癬
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10037153 L3462518preferred S3990012 N 乾癬
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D011565 L3462518preferred S3990012 Y 乾癬
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D011565 L3462504no S3989998 Y 乾せん
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D011565 L3469705no S3997199 Y 尋常性乾癬
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10037153 L6255673no S7190342 N カンセン
JapaneseMedDRA Japanese 10037153 L6255673no S7190342 Y カンセン
JapaneseMedical Subject Headings Japanese D011565 L8008994no S10052587 Y 乾癬-尋常性
KoreanKCD5 L40 L8509475preferred S10593165 Y 건선
KoreanKCD5 L40.9 L8508699no S10598196 Y 상세불명의 건선
NorwegianMSHNOR D011565 L10407216preferred S12990847 Y Psoriasis
NorwegianICPC Norwegian S91 L1285043no S1526989 Y PSORIASIS MED/UTEN ARTROPATI
PolishMedical Subject Headings Polish D011565 L9686453preferred S12175635 Y Łuszczyca
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10037153 L3323584preferred S3852066 N Psoríase
PortugueseMedDRA Portuguese 10037153 L3323584preferred S3852066 N Psoríase
PortugueseMedical Subject Headings Portuguese D011565 L3323584preferred S3852066 Y Psoríase
PortugueseWHOART Portuguese 1398 L0332924no S0441229 Y PSORIASE
PortugueseICPC Portuguese S91 L1289932no S1531878 Y Psoriase
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D011565 L3366168preferred S3893652 Y ПСОРИАЗ
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D011565 L0903084no S1106901 Y PSORIAZ
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D011565 L1527701no S1823610 Y LADONNO-PODOSHVENNYI PUSTULEZ
RussianMedical Subject Headings Russian D011565 L3354344no S3881827 Y ЛАДОННО-ПОДОШВЕННЫЙ ПУСТУЛЕЗ
Serbo-CroatianMedical Subject Headings Croatian D011565 L9129718preferred S11389441 Y PSORIJAZA
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 9014002 L4625636preferred S5309257 Y psoriasis
SpanishWHOART Spanish 1398 L0350461no S0458766 Y PSORIASIS
SpanishICPC Spanish S91 L1289944no S1531890 N Psoriasis
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10037153 L1289944no S1531890 N Psoriasis
SpanishMedDRA Spanish 10037153 L1289944no S1531890 N Psoriasis
SpanishMedical Subject Headings Spanish D011565 L1289944no S1531890 Y Psoriasis
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 9014002 L4625637no S5309107 Y psoriasis (trastorno)
SpanishSNOMED Clinical Terms, Spanish 9014002 L4743423no S5426951 Y soriasis
SwedishMedical Subject Headings Swedish D011565 L3432734preferred S3960592 Y Psoriasis
SwedishICPC Swedish S91 L1285049no S1526995 Y PSORIASIS
Medical Subject Headings A common genetically determined, chronic, inflammatory skin disease characterized by rounded erythematous, dry, scaling patches. The lesions have a predilection for nails, scalp, genitalia, extensor surfaces, and the lumbosacral region. Accelerated epidermopoiesis is considered to be the fundamental pathologic feature in psoriasis.
(CPTSP) CRISP Thesaurus common polygenetically determined, chronic, squamous dermatosis characterized by rounded erythematous, dry, scaling patches.
MEDLINEPLUS

Psoriasis is a skin disease that causes itchy or sore patches of thick, red skin with silvery scales. You usually get the patches on your elbows, knees, scalp, back, face, palms and feet, but they can show up on other parts of your body. Some people who have psoriasis also get a form of arthritis called psoriatic arthritis.

A problem with your immune system causes psoriasis. In a process called cell turnover, skin cells that grow deep in your skin rise to the surface. Normally, this takes a month. In psoriasis, it happens in just days because your cells rise too fast.

Psoriasis can be hard to diagnose because it can look like other skin diseases. Your doctor might need to look at a small skin sample under a microscope.

Psoriasis can last a long time, even a lifetime. Symptoms come and go. Things that make them worse include

  • Infections
  • Stress
  • Dry skin
  • Certain medicines

Psoriasis usually occurs in adults. It sometimes runs in families. Treatments include creams, medicines, and light therapy.

NIH: National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases

HPO A skin abnormality characterized by redness and irritation, with thick, red skin that displays flaky, silver-white patches (scales). [HPO:probinson]
NCI Thesaurus An autoimmune condition characterized by red, well-delineated plaques with silvery scales that are usually on the extensor surfaces and scalp. They can occasionally present with these manifestations: pustules; erythema and scaling in intertriginous areas, and erythroderma, that are often distributed on extensor surfaces and scalp.(NICHD)
NCI NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms A chronic disease of the skin marked by red patches covered with white scales.
NCI National Institute of Child Health and Human Development An autoimmune condition characterized by red, well-delineated plaques with silvery scales that are usually on the extensor surfaces and scalp. They can occasionally present with these manifestations: pustules; erythema and scaling in intertriginous areas, and erythroderma, that are often distributed on extensor surfaces and scalp.
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