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A case of membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis associated with psoriasis vulgaris
The Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine
Background Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the skin; the hallmark of psoriasis is sustained inflammation that leads to uncontrolled keratinocyte proliferation and dysfunctional differentiation. Psoriasis shows clear autoimmune-related pathomechanisms, in which autoantigen-specific T cells contribute to the development, chronification, and overall course of the disease. Psoriasis is primarily a skin disease, but other internal organs may be involved; affliction of the joints isdoi:10.1186/s43162-022-00162-4 fatcat:qknnq63ognch3bzn7jjyawzwiy