Fumaric acid esters for severe psoriasis: a retrospective review of 58 cases.

@article{Harries2005FumaricAE,
  title={Fumaric acid esters for severe psoriasis: a retrospective review of 58 cases.},
  author={M Harries and Rorert Chalmers and Christopher Griffiths},
  journal={The British journal of dermatology},
  year={2005},
  volume={153 3},
  pages={549-51}
}
BACKGROUND Fumaric acid esters (FAE) have been used to treat severe psoriasis in northern Europe for over 20 years. A recent systematic review has shown FAE to be an effective systemic treatment for severe psoriasis. However, FAE remain unlicensed in the U.K. OBJECTIVES To present data relating to the efficacy and tolerability of FAE in severe psoriasis and report our experiences of FAE therapy at one U.K. centre. METHODS Patients who had received FAE for severe psoriasis at one U.K… CONTINUE READING

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