Treatment for Psoriasis (Coriodermina®)

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        Psoriasis is a disorder of epidermal cell proliferation, clinically characterized by excessive skin scaling and the presence of lesions located mainly on the trunk, joints and scalp; once it makes its appearance, it is inexorably heading towards becoming chronic.

        Generally, it is associated with physical or emotional trauma, which occurred before the onset of the disease. Eighty percent of women suffering from psoriasis remain asymptomatic during the gestation period. One of the most annoying symptoms of the disease is the intense itching or scratching that patients feel in the affected areas of the skin.

        Comercializadora de Servicios Médicos Cubanos, S.A. offers a treatment program for psoriasis with a drug derived from human placenta, Coriodermina®, with 78% efficacy in treated patients, without adverse reactions.

        Coriodermina is presented in the form of a water-soluble gel to be applied topically and spread gently with the fingers, without rubbing, on psoriatic lesions.
        Patients are seen at the International Clinical Service of the Placental Histotherapy Center for a three-day stay, which begins with a medical evaluation to confirm the diagnosis and determine the amount of medication to be used later in their countries of origin, in order to achieve the desired effects.

        The patient must abandon any medical treatment 45 days before coming to Cuba. If you do not bring the result of skin biopsy can be performed at the time of evaluation.

        To begin treatment, you should contact the Coordination and Processing Center of Comercializadora de Servicios Médicos Cubanos, S.A. at You will be sent the medical program with its costs.