Combined ivermectin and topical therapy significantly reduces treatment time in aged scabietic patients.

@article{Ichikawa2013CombinedIA,
  title={Combined ivermectin and topical therapy significantly reduces treatment time in aged scabietic patients.},
  author={Miki Ichikawa and Maya Tanaka and Yuji Naritomi and Masutaka Furue},
  journal={The Journal of dermatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={
          306-7
        }
}
cannot be completely excluded. The titer of M. pneumoniaespecific antibodies was reduced to a titer of 1:160 in a particle agglutination test 6 months later, and the all SI scores of DLST were weakened slowly over the half year. With the decrease of the titer of M. pneumoniae, urticaria recurred, however, intradermal test for cholinergic agent showed a positive reaction, suggesting that the urticaria was not relevant to the M. pneumoniae infection. In 25–33% of patients with M. pneumoniae… CONTINUE READING
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