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Efficacy and tolerance of a miconazole-benzoyl peroxide cream combination versus a benzoyl peroxide gel in the topical treatment of acne vulgaris.

Randomized controlled trial
Flückiger R, et al. Dermatologica. 1988.

Abstract

62-65% reduction in the number of lesions was obtained in the treatment of 52 patients with acne vulgaris in this randomized single-blind study comparing a 5% benzoyl peroxide/2% miconazole cream (BPO-MCZ) with a 5% benzoyl peroxide gel (BPO). While BPO gel was equally effective in male and female patients (66 and 73% reduction of lesions), the BPO-MCZ cream was significantly more effective in the latter (50 vs. 74% mean reduction of lesions). Tolerance was significantly better with the BPO/MCZ cream preparation, particularly in females.

PMID

2971582 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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