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Table 3 Studies of metabolic syndrome and skin disease

From: Metabolic syndrome and the skin: a more than superficial association. Reviewing the association between skin diseases and metabolic syndrome and a clinical decision algorithm for high risk patients

First author Year Skin condition
Praveenkumar et al. [29] 2016 Psoriasis
Kokpol et al. [30] 2014 Psoriasis
Henseler et al. [31] 1995 Psoriasis
Owczarczyk-Saczonek et al. [34] 2015 Psoriasis
Gisondi et al. [26] 2007 Psoriasis
Nagpal et al. [51] 2016 Acne
Del Prete et al. [52] 2012 Acne
Akin Belli et al. [54] 2016 Rosacea
Shlyankevich et al. [56] 2014 Hidradenitis suppurativa
Banger et al. [61] 2015 Androgenic alopecia
El Sayed et al. [62] 2016 Androgenic alopecia
Saleh et al. [66] 2014 Lichen planus
Arias-Santiago et al. [65] 2011 Lichen planus
Lee et al. [68] 2017 Atopic dermatitis
Ambiel et al. [71] 2014 Pemphigus
Saylam Kurtipek et al. [83] 2015 Holoderma
Wali et al. [84] 2016 Striae
Chen et al. [85] 2016 Acanthosis nigricans
Puttegowda et al. [75] 2015 Tendon xanthomas
Nagase et al. [76] 2013 Skin aging
Penington et al. [86] 2007 Wound healing