THESIS ABSTRACT: Psoriasis: Paraoxonase and Lipoprotein (a) Role
Tafaoel Jaber Hamed Departments of Biochemistry and Medicine. Tikrit University College of Medicine Tikrit Iraq This is an M Sc thesis conducted in Tikrit University College of Medicine , In 2015, under the supervision of Assistant Prof. Dr. Amina Hamed Alobaidi, Kirkuk University College of Veterinary Medicine, Kirkuk. Iraq.
Journal Title:Aalborg Academy Journal of Medical Sciences
Background: Psoriasis is a common chronic skin disorder with prevalence of 2.7% in Iraqi community. Psoriasis is a skin disease that it's prevalence affected by many factors which include genetic, environmental, infectious, immunological, biochemical, endocrinological and psychological. Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory disease with unknown exact pathogenesis, which may be started as skin condition that subsequently associated with systemic complications. The recurrent proliferative inflammatory processes in subject with psoriasis may lead to abnormal lipid metabolism and associated with cardiovascular diseases Aim: This study aims at determining some biochemical parameters of psoriasis .