Lookingbill And Marks Principles Of Dermatology

Author: James G. Marks (Jr.)
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 9781455750146
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James G. Marks (Jr.), Jeffrey J. Miller (Dermatologist). Ultraviolet Cosmic Gamma
X-ray Visible Infrared Radio UVC UVB UVA 200 290 320 400nm Epidermal
Growths. FIGURE 4.2 Steroid cream, ointment, and gel — vehicles are important.
Another consideration in topical steroid therapy is the frequency of application.
The stratum corneum acts as a reservoir and continues to release topical steroid
into the skin after the initial application. Applications once or twice a day are
usually ...

Principles Of Dermatology

Author: Donald P. Lookingbill
Publisher: Saunders
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These include adrenal suppression, iatrogenic Cushing's syndrome, and growth
retardation in children. These complications have been reported with long-term,
extensive use of potent topical steroids, particularly when these agents are used
under occlusion. The recent introduction of super-high-potency topical steroids
has increased the possibility of hypothalamic-pituitary-axis suppression. These
steroids should not be used for longer than 2 consecutive weeks, and the total
dosage ...

European Handbook Of Dermatological Treatments

Author: Andreas D. Katsambas
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540008781
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Evaluation of side-effects in the chronic use of topical steroids include: q atrophy-
induction study q steroid-induced acne • endogenous suppression of cortisol.
Principles of therapy: indications and regimen Topical corticosteroids are used
mainly for their anti-inflammatory activity. In noninflammatory skin ... The type of
topical corticosteroids prescribed by the dermatologist or by the other doctors
reflects the difference in the severity and complexity of the treated diseases.
Prescriptions of ...

Principles Of Immunopharmacology

Author: Frans P. Nijkamp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3034601352
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Steroid phobia” is still a considerable concern [54,58] and over 70% of
dermatology patients in the UK express worries about topical corticosteroid use,
24% being non-compliant as a result. Skin thinning was the major fear (35%) with
10% being concerned about systemic absorption and effects on growth and
development [58]. Other chronic immune and inflammatory diseases,such as SLE
,ITP (an autoimmune bleeding disorder due to lack of platelet formation) and
autoimmune ...

Essentials Of Family Medicine

Author: Philip D. Sloane
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9780781781886
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Surgical biopsy: This procedure can be used as a diagnostic and treatment tool.
Having a reasonable differential diagnosis will help you choose an appropriate
biopsy type. • In most cases, the laboratory tests are used to confirm your clinical
diagnosis based on the history and physical examination. MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLES Treatment in dermatology can be divided into two categories–
medical and surgical. Medical treatments include topical and systemic steroids,
antibiotics, ...

Unwanted Effects Of Cosmetics And Drugs Used In Dermatology

Author: Anton C. de Groot
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780444897756
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Kaidbey, K.H. and Kligman, A.M. (1976): Assay of topical corticosteroids. Arch.
Dermatol., 112,808. Leyden, J.J. and Marples, R.R. (1973): Ecologic principles
and antibiotic therapy in chronic dermatoses. Arch. Dermatol., 107, 208. Leyden,
J.J. and Kligman, A.M. (1977): The case for steroid—antibiotic combinations. Br. J
. Dermatol., 96, 179. Maibach, H.I. and Stoughton, R.B. (1973): Topical
corticosteroids In: Steroid Therapy pp. 174–190. Editor: D.L. Azarnoff, W.B.
Saunders, ...

The Principles And Practice Of Contact And Occupational Dermatology In The Asia Pacific Region

Author: Ng See Ket
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 981449142X
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Quinolines Quinolines are topical medicaments with both antibacterial and
antifungal properties. They include lodochlorhydroxyquin (Syn: clioquinol,
vioform) and chlorduinaldol. This group of medicament is rarely used on its own,
but often added to a topical steroid, e.g. betnovate/vioform cream. They sensitise,
but not frequently. They are in the standard series of most contact dermatitis
clinics either as clioquinol 3% pet, or a quinoline mix 6% pet (3% each of
clioquinol and ...

Differential Diagnosis In Dermatology

Author: Richard Ashton
Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing
ISBN: 1857756606
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21 Introduction to dermatological treatment General principles of treatment
Topical treatment The base Active ingredients: topical steroids Topical immune-
modulators, tar Dithranol/anthralin Vitamin D, analogues, retinoids Keratolytk
agents, antibiotics Antiviral agents, antifungal agents Topical local anaesthetics,
sunscreens Topical agents for wound care Debriding agents Reducing bacterial
counts Absorption of exudate Wound and ulcer dressings Systemic treatment
Antibiotics, ...

Principles Of Skin Care

Author: Rebecca Penzer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9781444319811
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of eczema management for mild to moderate atopic eczema include emollient
therapy and topical therapy, which include topical corticosteroids or
immunomodulators, antibacterial and antibiotics and antihistamines. In severe
eczema, secondary care referral is ... However, there is overwhelming clinical
consensus between dermatology health professionals that emollients are
essential in managing eczema in acute and chronic periods. Complete emollient
therapy is advocated and ...