Vitamin D analogue-corticosteroid combination standard topical therapy for localized psoriasisShared by:
Topical therapies are generally effective for treating localized psoriasis but selecting the appropriate agent among the many options available can be difficult given the highly variable presentation of individual patients. At a LEO Pharma-sponsored roundtable discussion held recently during the 22nd Regional Conference of Dermatology (Asian-Australasian) in Singapore, Professor Siegfried Segaert from the University Hospital Leuven in Leuven, Belgium, discussed the range of topical therapies available and their role in the age of biologics. He highlighted the efficacy and safety benefits to be gained from agents such as Daivobet® Gel (LEO Pharma), which combines the vitamin D analogue calcipotriol with the corticosteroid betamethasone dipropionate.
10 Mar 2017 - General