Psoriasis treatment with betamethasone dipropionate using short-term application and short-term occlusion.

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High rates of penetration and of transepidermal water loss in psoriatic lesions allow reduction in the periods of application and occlusion, respectively, in corticoid treatment. In 11 patients application for 3-5 min combined with occlusion for 20 min was as effective as classical long-term corticoid treatment. On the other hand it was demonstrated by… (More)

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@article{Jger1986PsoriasisTW, title={Psoriasis treatment with betamethasone dipropionate using short-term application and short-term occlusion.}, author={Leonie J{\"a}ger}, journal={Acta dermato-venereologica}, year={1986}, volume={66 1}, pages={84-7} }