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Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis

Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis 1

Br J Dermatol. 1978 Feb;98(2):125-32. Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis. Morison WL, Parrish JA, Fitzpatrick TB. Correlation of the vasoconstriction assay and clinical activity in psoriasis. Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis. Oral methoxsalen photochemotherapy for the treatment of psoriasis: a cooperative clinical trial.

Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis 2The Effect of Topical Fluocinonide Ointment on Phototherapy of Psoriasis. Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis. Tolerance of topical PUVA therapy in patients with palmoplantar psoriasis. In a random study of 150 patients with psoriasis vulgaris, oral psoralen photochemotherapy using natural sunlight (PUVASOL) used alone was compared to PUVASOL plus adjunctive topical therapy with tar. Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis.

Do topical steroids help in treatment of psoriasis with UVL? Does adjuvant topical therapy benefit patients undergoing biologic therapy for psoriasis? Fifty patients having psoriasis were studied with a view to assess the efficacy of ‘puvasol’ (Oral psoralen with sun-rays exposure) alone and in combination with topical tar therapy and were placed in 2 groups, each group being consisted of 25 patients. It is found that topical tar therapy when used as an adjunct to ‘Puvasol’ was more effective than ‘Puvasol’ alone. Controlled study of PUVA and adjunctive topical therapy in the management of psoriasis.

The Effect Of Topical Fluocinonide Ointment On Phototherapy Of Psoriasis

Limited plaque psoriasis, suitable for topical treatment. This chapter will discuss the entire spectrum of phototherapy, including narrowband UVB photo-therapy, broadband UVB phototherapy, PUVA, targeted excimer laser phototherapy, and combination treatments. Outpatient phototherapy is usually reserved for patients whose disease is not adequately controlled with topical medications, including steroids, vitamin D analogues, tazarotene, tar, or anthralin. Any type of psoriasis cannot be controlled with topical therapy or. 1.4.1.6 Consider topical adjunctive therapy in people receiving phototherapy with broadband or narrowband UVB who:. 1.4.2.3 Use PUVA with caution or consider other treatment options in:. 18 Severe psoriasis was defined as either requiring treatment with phototherapy or systemic agents or requiring hospital admission in the studies underpinning this recommendation. Proceedings of the Psoriasis Combination and Rotation Therapy Conference. Aetna considers UVB with the addition of topical coal tar (also known as the Goeckerman regimen) or petrolatum medically necessary for persons with severe psoriasis (defined as psoriasis that affects more than 10 of body surface area).

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