1959
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1959.01560170010002
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Treatment of Acute Parapsoriasis with Corticotropin (ACTH)

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“…Thus, topical tacrolimus was recently suggested as a possible treatment of PL 44 . Systemic treatments reported so far have included methotrexate, 45,46 dapsone, 17 systemic steroids, 37,47 oxyphenbutazone, 48 calciferol 49 and chinoline and acridine derivatives 50 …”
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“…Thus, topical tacrolimus was recently suggested as a possible treatment of PL 44 . Systemic treatments reported so far have included methotrexate, 45,46 dapsone, 17 systemic steroids, 37,47 oxyphenbutazone, 48 calciferol 49 and chinoline and acridine derivatives 50 …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…If the lesions do not subside in the first few years they tend to persist for many years afterwards (Marks, Black & Wilson Jones, 1972). Although many types of therapy have been suggested (Canizares, 1952;Winkelmann & Lorenc, 1959;Nagy & Balough, 1959;Verallo & Haserick, 1966;Shelley & Griffith, 1969;Tompkins, 1972;Zlatkov & Andreev, 1972;Harman, Nagington & Rook, 1972), none of these has been reported effective in a large nimiber of cases. This paper records a number of cases which were treated successfully with oral tetracycline.…”
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