antipsoriatic

antipsoriatic

 [an″te-, an″ti-sor″e-at´ik]
1. effective against psoriasis.
2. an agent effective against psoriasis.

antipsoriatic

/an·ti·pso·ri·at·ic/ (-sor″e-at´ik) effective against psoriasis, or an agent that so acts.

antipsoriatic

[an′tisôr′ē·at′ik]
Etymology: Gk, anti + psora, itch
pertaining to an agent that relieves the symptoms of psoriasis.

antipsoriatic

(ant″i-sōr″-at′ik) [ anti- + psoriatic]
1. Preventing or relieving psoriasis.
2. An agent that prevents or relieves psoriasis.
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These postoperative hormonal changes may, in addition to the weight loss, be important for the antipsoriatic effect of gastric bypass," they added.
The patient was switched to other forms of antipsoriatic therapy and is presently completing a 38-month follow-up without any relapse of angioedema.
Antipsoriatic treatment extends beyond the skin: recovering of high-density lipoprotein function.
Inspite of antipsoriatic treatment, the lesions did not subside.
About thirty drugs belonging to various drug categories (histamine antagonists, antipsoriatic agent, peripheral vasodilator, anorectic and hypolipidaemic agent, sympathomimetics, cough suppressant, antiobesity agents, anthelmintic, etc.
In developing country like Pakistan methotrexate is an economical and effective antipsoriatic agent and is given for extensive plaque type psoriasis erythrodermic acute pustular and severe psoriatic arthropathy.
Antipsoriatic effects of indigo naturalis on the proliferation and differentiation of keratinocytes with indirubin as the active component.
It was reported yesterday that the company administered a total of 24 psoriasis vulgaris patients with Akvano/calcipotriol spray formulation in the study, which indicated antipsoriatic effects compared to placebo, comparable to a marketed formulation of calcipotriol.
CBD has demonstrated antianxiety, antipsychotic, antiepileptic, antispasmodic, antiemetic, anti-ischemic, antidiabetic, antipsoriatic, antibacterial, and neuroprotective properties, according to a 2009 review by A.
The rationale for manufacturing such a lamp was derived from action spectra studies for the phototherapy of psoriasis in which longer wavelengths in the UV-B region were indicated to have the best ratio of antipsoriatic to erythemogenic activity7.