2002
DOI: 10.1159/000065857
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Phototherapy of Sclerosing Skin Diseases

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“…UVA1 phototherapy is of particular significance in the treatment of sclerosing skin diseases [72][73][74][75]. The effectiveness of UVA1 in localized scleroderma has been confirmed by several studies [72,[76][77][78][79][80][81].…”
Section: Connective Tissue Disorders Marked By Sclerosismentioning
confidence: 88%
“…UVA1 phototherapy is of particular significance in the treatment of sclerosing skin diseases [72][73][74][75]. The effectiveness of UVA1 in localized scleroderma has been confirmed by several studies [72,[76][77][78][79][80][81].…”
Section: Connective Tissue Disorders Marked By Sclerosismentioning
confidence: 88%
“…Einen besonderen Stellenwert hat die UV‐A1‐Phototherapie in der Behandlung sklerosierender Hautkrankheiten ). Die Wirksamkeit von UV‐A1 bei der zirkumskripten Sklerodermie konnte in mehreren Studien bestätigt werden.…”
Section: Uv‐a1‐phototherapieunclassified
“…Systemic sclerosis is a chronic connective tissue inflammatory disease responsible for severe facial skin alterations that cause limitations and difficulties in different areas of daily life, as well as disfiguring malformations and changes in appearance [5]. Additionally, to date, there are no effective local therapies that can guarantee a satisfactory result neither from an esthetic nor from a functional point of view [6–17]. To date, the only therapeutic strategies that achieved results consisted in autologous fat grafting [33, 34].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although there are no specific drugs for treatment, many strategies have been tried (pharmacological or non-pharmacological treatment) [36] such as UVA phototherapy [7–9], corticosteroids and immunomodulators [10], topical calcitriol [11–13], and etretinate [14–17], but none of these has given a good and long-lasting result.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%