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The efficacy of 5% topical tea tree oil gel in mild to moderate acne vulgaris: a randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled study.
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Topical 5% tea tree oil is an effective treatment for mild to moderate acne vulgaris and side-effects with both groups were relatively similar and tolerable. Expand
Efficacy of local heat therapy by radiofrequency in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis, compared with intralesional injection of meglumine antimoniate
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This data indicates that the number of cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis in sub-Saharan Africa is increasing and the need for further research into the causes and treatment of this disease is increasing. Expand
Comparison of therapeutic effect of low-dose low-molecular-weight heparin (enoxaparin) vs. oral prednisone in treatment of patients with lichen planus; A clinical trial
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Low dose enoxaparin on lichen Planus have therapeutic effect and is important for the least side effects but not as much as oral prednisone, but it could be accepted as an alternative treatment. Expand
Comparison of Intralesionally Injected Zinc Sulfate with Meglumine Antimoniate in the Treatment of Acute Cutaneous Leishmaniasis
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It is considered that the intralesional injection of ZS 2% is an alternative treatment in ACL on the basis of this trial and despite the high number of drop-outs. Expand
Comparison of the narrow band UVB versus systemic corticosteroids in the treatment of lichen planus: A randomized clinical trial
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Overall, the results of this study and other previous studies showed that NBUVB may be regarded as an effective treatment for generalized cutaneous lichen planus when there is contraindication for systemic corticosteroids or other immunosuppressive drugs. Expand
Narrow-Band Ultraviolet B versus Oral Minocycline in Treatment of Unstable Vitiligo: A Prospective Comparative Trial
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NB-UVB was statistically more advantageous than oral minocycline in unstable vitiligo in terms of efficacy and the resulting stability and the diameter changes were statistically significant at the end of treatment in the NB- UVB group compared to the minocyCline group. Expand
Disseminated subcutaneous nodules caused by Pseudallescheria boydii in an atopic patient
We present a 40‐year‐old woman with atopic dermatitis and multiple purulent subcutaneous nodules of 20 years’ evolution. The biopsy material was cultured and revealed Pseudallescheria boydii. TheExpand
Comparison between the efficacy of 10% zinc sulfate solution with 4% hydroquinone cream on improvement of melasma
TLDR
The study indicates that topical zinc sulfate is not as effective in treating disease as was observed in the previous open study, and a comparative study with sunscreen and placebo is necessary to determine if topical zinc sulphate is truly superior to sunscreen and Placebo in this respect. Expand
The safety of diclofenac for the management and treatment of actinic keratoses.
TLDR
The use of diclofenac is associated with a few side effects, which include pruritus, rashes, dry skin, and scaling, which are usually minimal and tolerable; therefore, this topical medication is suggested as the first line of treatment for AKs. Expand
The safety of diclofenac for the management and treatment of actinic keratoses
TLDR
The use of diclofenac is associated with a few side effects, which include pruritus, rashes, dry skin, and scaling, which are usually minimal and tolerable; therefore, this topical medication is suggested as the first line of treatment for AKs. Expand
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