anthralin


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anthralin

[′an·thrə·lən]
(pharmacology)
C14H10O3 A yellow powder with a melting point of 176-181°C; soluble in chloroform, acetone, and benzene; used in treatment of psoriasis.
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For instance, Anthralin is sometimes used in combination with UV light.
Topical anthralin therapy for refractory nail psoriasis.
Regarding topical therapies, tazarotene, anthralin, calcipotriol, and coal tar should be avoided as well, said Dr.
Early treatment of psoriasis included the use of various traditional agents such as arsenic, ammoniated mercury, crude coal tar, anthralin, corticosteroids etc.
UVB light therapy, sunlight, oral and topical vitamin A derivatives, coal tar, anthralin and topical vitamin D derivatives often help.
Recent studies reaffirm the effectiveness of two such treatments: anthralin and nitrogen mustard, said Dr.
2% anthralin rapid release microcrystalline encapsulated cream).
Prednikarbat ve anthralin bu sekil icin iyi orneklerdir (2,3,5)
Anthralin stimulates keratinocyte-derved proinflammatory cytokines via generation of reactive oxygen species.
Until recently, the primary treatments for psoriasis included corticosteroids, topical drugs such as anthralin, sunlight (this is one of the few instances where your physician will actually recommend you sit in the sun) and/or ultraviolet B phototherapy.
2% microcrystalline encapsulated anthralin in a pearlized-green, aqueous cream.
Table 27 Global Anthralin Psoriasis Market, by geography 2007 - 2014 ($ millions)