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Psoriasis and pregnancy outcomes: a nationwide population-based study

Yang YW, Chen CS, Chen YH et al.
J Am Acad Dermatol 2011;64:71–7. Treating pregnant patients with psoriasis can be complicated by the fact that any treatment administered has the potential to affect the child as well as the mother. In this article, the authors assessed whether maternal psoriasis was associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes, and found that there was an increased risk of low birth weight among the children of those patients with severe psoriasis.
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