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Chief robotic prostatectomy specialist, Dr. David Samadi, explains causes and treatments for common skin inflammation, psoriasis. Flare-ups can be caused by stress, genetics, and even medication such as ibuprofen. Sufferers should keep a log of their symptoms and the timing of flare-ups. Dr. Samadi explains that this non-contagious skin problem is caused by an overactive immune system producing too many new skin cells. Moisturizers, topical steroids, UV light exposure, and in some severe cases immunosuppresent drugs may be used to treat psoriasis.

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