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ItemNo Preview AvailableManagement of skin diseaseSinclair, R ; Firth, J ; Conlon, C ; Cox, T (Oxford University Press, 2020-03)Topical therapy of skin disease employs a vehicle (ointments, creams, lotions, gels) to deliver an active ingredient to the skin, to provide a protective barrier, or to hydrate and moisturize the skin. There are many types of topical treatments, including antipruritics, are used to relieve itching; keratolytics are used to remove hyperkeratotic skin; tars act by reducing the thickness of the epidermis; corticosteroids have anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effects that are useful in treating many skin disorders; calcipotriol reduces epidermal proliferation and is used in local treatment of plaque psoriasis; calcineurin inhibitors for eczema and other diseases; retinoids influence immune function and have some anti-inflammatory activity and are used in acne; immunomodulatory drugs such as imiquimod for some human papillomavirus infections, superficial basal cell carcinomas, and other diseases.
ItemNo Preview AvailableEmerging Oral Treatments: Oral JAK Inhibitors for Alopecia AreataJohn, JM ; Sinclair, R (CRC Press, 2021-03-19)
ItemNo Preview AvailableEmerging Oral Treatments: Oral Minoxidil for Androgenetic AlopeciaJohn, JM ; Sinclair, R (CRC Press, 2021-03-19)