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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Enhanced in vitro skin penetration and antipsoriatic effect of fixed combination calcipotriol plus betamethasone dipropionate in an innovative foam vehicle.
Antipsoriatic effects of indigo naturalis on the proliferation and differentiation of keratinocytes with indirubin as the active component.
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During the study period no other antipsoriatic treatment modalities were given and patients were advised to use topical Johnson & Johnson lotion or Vaseline to relieve skin dryness, antihistamines for itchiness and antibiotics if required for secondary infection.
Briakinumab, an extremely effective antipsoriatic agent that blocks IL 12/23, was withdrawn from development after phase III studies showed a signal - albeit statistically insignificant - for serious infections including cellulitis and pneumonia, MACE events (cardiac arrest, MI, and stroke), and malignancies (nonmelanoma skin cancer and squamous cell carcinoma of the lung and nasopharynx).
Dermal and transdermal delivery of an antipsoriatic agent via ethosomal carriers.
This study showed a clear antipsoriatic effect of FAE with a mean reduction of 76% in the psoriasis assessment severity index.
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The other common ongoing treatments that were used alone or in various combinations were topical calcipotriene, non-class-1 topical steroids, and oral antipsoriatic agents.