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Karina Kohutics ELTE Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest, Magyarország

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A pikkelysömör a leggyakoribb autoinflammatorikus bőrbetegség. Krónikus bőrbetegség lévén a tünetek megfelelő menedzselése és a tünetmentes állapot elérése az elsődleges feladat, ami a modern kezelésekkel ma már megvalósulhat. A betegséggel együtt járó kihívások azonban jelentős életminőségromlással is társulhatnak. A tünetek miatt gyakran sérül a testkép, az énkép, a társas kapcsolatok és a mentális egészség, így az érintetteknek szükségük lehet a komplex ellátásra és a pszichológiai támogatásra is. Jelen tanulmány célja a betegség biopszichoszociális szempontú bemutatása, külön figyelmet szentelve a stressz potenciális szerepének, az életmódbeli faktoroknak és a lehetséges egészségpszichológiai intervencióknak.

Psoriasis is the most common autoinflammatory skin disease. As a chronic skin condition, the primary concern is the proper management of symptoms and achieving asymptomatic status, which can now be achieved with modern treatments. However, the symptoms and challenges associated with the disease can also be associated with a significant reduction in quality of life. Symptoms can often affect body image, self-image, social relationships, and mental health, so people may need complex care and psychological support. The aim of this study is to present the disease from a biopsychosocial perspective, with particular attention to the potential role of stress, lifestyle factors, and possible health psychological interventions.

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