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(1997) A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect

Jerner B, Skogh M, Vahlquist A. A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect. Acta Derm Venereol (Stockh). 1997;77:154-156. 26. Department of Dermatology, Linkoping University, Sweden (March 1997). Data will be combined with a random effect model. Results will be presented as risk ratios for dichotomous data and the standardised mean difference for continuous data.

(1997) A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect 21997;9:237242. 37Jerner, B., Skogh, M., Vahlquist, A. A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect. Director, Austrian Academy for Controlled Acupuncture, Vienna, Austria. Jerner B, Skogh M, Vahlquist A: A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: No convincing effect. Recently, as aresult of the apparent side effects of chemical drugs, treatments of herbal origin gains the popularity among patients with skin disorders especially those for psoriasis. 1997;133:1443-1448. Jerner B, Skogh M, Vahlquist A. A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect.

B. Jerner u. a.: A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect. In: Acta Dermato-Venereologica. Mrz 1997, 77 (2), S. 154156, PMID 9111831. Jerner B, Skogh M, Vahlquist A. A controlled trial of acupuncture in psoriasis: no convincing effect.Acta Derm Venereol. 1997 Mar;77(2):154-6. 18. Legault JB.

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