Body PSOriasis: Long-term Relapse CONTROL (PSO-CONTROL)
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This non-interventional study of real-life clinical practice strategies for long-term relapse control in patients with psoriasis vulgaris is planned to enroll 650 adult patients from 60-100 Russian dermatology sites and follow the patients for up to 52 weeks. The study will map actual strategies and focus on patients' and dermatologists' experience with the different topicals used, including unspecified products with and without active drugs.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Patients with psoriasis vulgaris attending one of the participating outpatient dermatology clinics entering a phase of prevention of relapse of psoriasis symptoms.
Patients planned to receive topical treatment of any kind to prevent relapse of symptoms
Written informed consent
Contraindications to selected treatment
Ongoing systemic treatment of psoriasis with steroids, anti-inflammatory drugs or phototherapy