Prolonged antimicrobial and oral cyclophosphamide therapy in pemphigus: need for caution.

@article{Ramam2009ProlongedAA,
  title={Prolonged antimicrobial and oral cyclophosphamide therapy in pemphigus: need for caution.},
  author={M Ramam},
  journal={Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology},
  year={2009},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={
          85
        }
}
One of the modifications made to the standard regimen was the use of systemic antibiotics and anticandidal agents till the skin and oral lesions healed completely. This amounts to use of antibiotics and/or anticandidal agents for a period ranging from less than 3 months to more than 12 months. Clearly, skin lesions secondarily infected with bacteria and oral lesions infected with candida should be treated with appropriate agents till the infection subsides. However, prolonging the treatment… CONTINUE READING

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