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Med Cutan Ibero Lat Am. 1977;5(6):433-42.

[Treatment of psoriasis with a derivative of retinoic acid by oral route].

[Article in Spanish]


In the study presented, an evaluation has been made of the results achieved in a group of 32 psoriatic patients treated with a derivative of the retinoid acid, i.e. Ro 10-9359, taken orally. The therapy used was considered highly favourable in 28 cases and favourable in 3. It is considered that the treatment is effective independently of the time of evolution and of the extension of seriousness of the disease with no effects on the visceral or humoral sectors. All the information included in the present study allows to assert that the treatment of psoriasis with this derivative of the retinoid acid represents a significant progress as compared with the corticoids or cythostatics therapy.

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