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The relationship of psychosocial problems to the severity of psoriasis vulgaris

  • Flora Marlita Lubis ,
  • Riana Miranda Sinaga ,

Abstract

Background: Psoriasis is a skin disease belonging to the group of erythrosquamous dermatoses, chronic recurrent. Most psoriasis patients will experience psychological problems related to physical appearance and causing the patient's withdrawal from the social environment and also has a negative impact on work and career problems of patients, which will eventually cause stress in patients. The design of this study was a cross sectional study with the independent variable being psychosocial problems and the dependent variable being the severity of psoriasis.

Methods: The design of this study was a cross sectional study with the independent variable being psychosocial problems and the dependent variable being the severity of psoriasis. The design of this study was a cross sectional study with the independent variable being psychosocial problems and the dependent variable being the severity of psoriasis. We took the sample with consecutive sampling who appropriate with inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data were analyzed by ANOVA test with the p-value <0.001 was declared significant.

Results: The distribution of psoriasis vulgaris is more in males (16/30 patients, 53.3%). Psoriasis vulgaris mainly occurs in the age group of 41-50 (8/30 patients, 26.7%). The highest occupation distribution is not working (11/30 patients, 37%). The distribution of psoriasis vulgaris who did not experience anxiety and depression was 73.3%. The distribution of family history is 24 people 80% there is no family history. The most distribution of the severity of psoriasis vulgaris was mild, 73.3%.

Conclusion: There was no relationship between psychosocial factors and the severity of psoriasis (p=0.551).

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Flora Marlita Lubis, & Riana Miranda Sinaga. (2022). The relationship of psychosocial problems to the severity of psoriasis vulgaris. Bali Medical Journal, 11(3), 2062–2065. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v11i3.3855

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