The skin is one of the major organs of the body, weighing ~2.1 kg, i.e. ~3 percent of the total body weight in a standard 70 kg man, with a surface area of about 2 m2. One of its major functions is to provide a physical barrier to protect the body against the hazards of the environment. It controls liquid and electrolyte loss and also protects against infection. These functions are of vital importance if, for example, the barrier is breached as a consequence of exposure to ionizing radiation. The skin is also important in the process of thermoregulation, it serves significant sensory functions and has been recognized to have a role in the body's immune system. The pathophysiology of autoimmune skin diseases involves the complex combination of environmental exposures, genetic risk factors, and cellular communication between the skin and the immune system. Regardless of the inciting event, the common theme in these disorders is the activation of immune cells and their receptors, and the secretion of cytokines and chemokines that results in an exaggerated host immune response.
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