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PSORIASIS

Dr. Sanjib Chowdhuri, MBBS, DDVL, IFAAD
Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disease which is characterized by the formation of scaly, indurated, erythematous plaques. Three principal histologic features are seen in psoriasis: epidermal hyperplasia; dilated, prominent blood vessels in the dermis; an inflammatory infiltrate of leucocytes, predominantly into the dermis.
 

MEDICOLEGAL ASPECTS OF FORENSIC AUTOPSY

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