antipsoriatic

antipsoriatic

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