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Skin Treatment for this Dermatologic Problem

Drug of choice for this disoder is?:



a) fexofenadine
b) amantadine
c) dapsone
d) 5FU cream
e) colchicine
f) mefloquine
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i guess its Dermatitis herpitiformis involving Extensor surfaces.
DOC for this Dapsone.
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c) dapsone???

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C) Dapsone?? - dermatitis herpetiformis. I think the pustules healed and transformed into crusts. Psoriasis also affects elbows and knees most often, but it has papules/plaques with silvery scaling.
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? c for dermatitis herpetiformis
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yes it is dermatitis herpetiformis and DOC is dapsone. it reduces rash dramatically.
for more information visit:

http://celiacdisease.about.com/od/me...-Sufferers.htm
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what she had it's all clinical features of dermatitis herpetiformis(duhring disease) of which the main treatment is with (C) dapsone
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It is treated with dapsone AND gluten withdrawal.

YouTube Lecture: Dermatitis Herpetiformis


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