Comparison of Betamethasone Valerate Solution with Phototherapy (UVB Comb) in Scalp Psoriasis Treatment

Braun, Rosemarie; Kåre Dotterud, Lars; Falk, Edvard
September 1998
Acta Dermato-Venereologica;09/01/98, Vol. 78 Issue 5, p385
Academic Journal
Compares the effectiveness of betamethasone valerate solution and phototherapy (UVB) comb in treating scalp psoriasis. Effect of betamethasone valerate solution and UVB comb on patients with scalp psoriasis; Grading of scalp psoriasis; Relapse of scalp psoriasis among the patients included in the study.


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