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Intérêt de l’augmentation du taux sanguin d’hydroxychloroquine dans le lupus cutané réfractaire à ce traitement : un essai prospectif en ouvert sur 34 patients

@inproceedings{Chasset2016IntrtDL,
  title={Int{\'e}r{\^e}t de l’augmentation du taux sanguin d’hydroxychloroquine dans le lupus cutan{\'e} r{\'e}fractaire {\`a} ce traitement : un essai prospectif en ouvert sur 34 patients},
  author={François Chasset},
  year={2016}
}
Introduction : Nous avons montre en introduction de ce travail, que pres d’un tiers des patients suivis pour un lupus cutane erythemateux (LEC) sont resistant a l’hydroxychloroquine (HCQ). Il semble exister des disparites en termes de reponse en fonction des differents sous-types de LEC meme si des etudes a plus grandes echelles sont necessaires pour valider cette observation. Objectif : evaluer l’efficacite de l’augmentation de la dose quotidienne d’HCQ sur la reponse cutanee dans le LEC… 

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