Pateint ID : 4066/ 30 Years/ Male
Address : Pune / Pune/ Maharashtra/ India/ 411001
Occupation : IT sector
Patient Category : New
Patient Presentation : Patient consulted Dr. Sohan Lal clinic using our online consultation facility. He is diagnosed with psoriasis for the last 3 years. He is referred by one of our happy patients who is cured of his chronic skin disease from our treatment.
Chief Complaints : 1-Psoriatic lesions were seen over arms, elbows, knees and legs. He noticed the spread of the lesions to scalp and trunk.
2- Intense itching over the psoriatic lesions which were more during the day. He informed that psoriatic lesions start during the rainy season and are severe in winter season. In summers he is relatively better.
Family History : NIL
Treatment History : NIL
Follow up 1- Itching has decreased. The lesions did not spread further. Scaling is less.
Follow up 2- Psoriatic lesions over scalp and trunk have decreased. Humid conditions have increased itching.
Follow up 3- Patient is responding well to the treatment. Minimum scaling.
Follow up 4- Scalp lesion have decreased 80% and there is no scaling. Other lesions have decreased 50%.
Follow up 5- No psoriatic lesions over scalp. The lesions on arms, elbows, knees and legs have decreased 70%. Moderate to mild itching.
Follow up 5- Treatment is revised as psoriatic lesions are peak in winters.
Follow up 6- Patient is very happy as there is no increase in lesions at the start of winters.
Follow up 7- During the peak of winter season, the psoriatic lesions did not show any severity. They are 50-60% less as compared to last winters.
Follow up 8-Patient is responding well to the treatment. He is happy and satisfied.
Follow up 9-Psoriatic lesions are gradually decreasing. No itching in the lesions.
Follow up 10-Patient is not having any cosmetic issues with the psoriatic lesions. His confidence is high as he is hopeful for a complete recovery.
Result : Patient achieved incredible relief. Our treatment will reduce the psoriatic lesions and will prevent their spread. ;
Notes : NIL