Treatment of psoriasis with fumaric acid esters (Fumaderm®)

@article{Mrowietz2007TreatmentOP,
  title={Treatment of psoriasis with fumaric acid esters (Fumaderm{\textregistered})},
  author={Ulrich Mrowietz and Peter Altmeyer and Thomas Bieber and Martin R{\"o}cken and Rudolf E. Schopf and Wolfram Sterry},
  journal={JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft},
  year={2007},
  volume={5}
}
• JDDG • 1610-0379/2007/0508-0716 Definition Systemic treatment of severe psoriasis with fumaric acid esters has been approved in Germany since 1995. The clinical efficacy in psoriasis is documented in studies. Fumaderm and Fumaderm initial are available as standardized products to treat psoriasis. Systemic treatment of moderate to severe psoriasis with Fumaderm follows an established dosage scheme which can be varied individually. A significant improvement of the skin condition can be observed… Expand
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