Psoriasis is characterized by silvery, scaly patches of skin found commonly on the elbows, knees, and knuckles of the hands. The cause of psoriasis, as yet, is not known and it is frequently difficult to treat. It is interesting that the pattern of distribution of psoriasis is similar to the pattern of distribution of dry skin that can be associated with Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. These areas of the body are characterized by having lower temperatures than other areas of the body. I have seen in some cases, that the psoriasis can improve considerably with normalization of body temperature patterns with proper T3 therapy. However, this symptom does not respond as predictably and reproducibly as many of the other symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome.