1987
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.123.7.885
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PUVA, etretinate, and PUVA-etretinate therapy for pustulosis palmoplantaris. A placebo-controlled comparative trial

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“…Among an initial selection of 1348 references, we finally included 44 references, reporting data from 37 RCTs and eight cohort studies in the systematic review 6–49 . The detailed flowchart describing both selection process and reasons for exclusion is illustrated in Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Among an initial selection of 1348 references, we finally included 44 references, reporting data from 37 RCTs and eight cohort studies in the systematic review 6–49 . The detailed flowchart describing both selection process and reasons for exclusion is illustrated in Fig.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Combined regimen: The combination of retinoids (etretinate 10,22,25,29,40 and acitretin 9 with PUVA has proven to be more effective in patients with palmoplantar pustular psoriasis than PUVA alone. Association of oral retinoid plus oral PUVA led to a decrease in the number of PUVA session and a reduction in cumulative dose of UVA needed for clearing 24 …”
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confidence: 99%
“…Disease onset tends to occur between ages 30 and 50, with a female predilection (F:M 3:2). A higher prevalence of smoking is noted in patients with PPP than in patients with other dermatoses, and a higher prevalence of PPP is noted in smokers as compared with nonsmokers 178181 . Other precipitating factors include trauma, stress, warm weather and upper respiratory infection 182 .…”
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“…The pathogenesis of PPP is unknown. Among various methods of treatment (4,5), tonsillectomy, first reported by Andrews and his co-workers (6,7) and based on a focal infection theory, has remained the most reliable one in Japan. We (8) have also obtained significant data in favor of tonsillectomy over other modalities in an evaluation of various treatment methods.…”
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confidence: 99%