Submit Manuscript  

Article Details


Plantar Psoriasis Associated with Olmesartan

[ Vol. 14 , Issue. 1 ]

Author(s):

Ons Charfi, Talel Badri, Ghozlane Lakhoua, Sarrah Kastalli, Sihem El Aidli and Ahmed Zaïem*   Pages 77 - 79 ( 3 )

Abstract:


Background: Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder that may be initiated or exacerbated by some drug intakes. Some of the most common medications known to trigger or worsen existing psoriasis include lithium, gold salts, beta blockers and antimalarials.

Conclusion: We report an exceptional case of plantar psoriasis in a woman who was treated by olmesartan for 3 years.

Keywords:

Psoriasis, sartans, antagonist receptors of angiotensin II, olmesartan, side effect, interleukin.

Affiliation:

National Center Chalbi Belkahia of Pharmacovigilance, 9 Avenue du Dr Zouhaier Essafi 1006, Tunis, Department of Dermatology, Habib Thameur Hospital, Tunis, National Center Chalbi Belkahia of Pharmacovigilance, 9 Avenue du Dr Zouhaier Essafi 1006, Tunis, National Center Chalbi Belkahia of Pharmacovigilance, 9 Avenue du Dr Zouhaier Essafi 1006, Tunis, National Center Chalbi Belkahia of Pharmacovigilance, 9 Avenue du Dr Zouhaier Essafi 1006, Tunis, National Center Chalbi Belkahia of Pharmacovigilance, 9 Avenue du Dr Zouhaier Essafi 1006, Tunis

Graphical Abstract:



Read Full-Text article