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hydrocortisone iodoquinol – hydrocortisone and iodoquinol cream-Syntenza Pharmaceuticals LLC

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INDICATIONS AND USAGE Based on a review of a related drug by the National Research Council and subsequent FDA classification for that drug, the indications are as follows: “Possibly” Effective: Contact or atopic dermatitis; impetiginized eczema; nummular eczema; infantile eczema; endogenous chronic infectious dermatitis; stasis dermatitis; pyoderma; nuchal eczema and chronic eczematoid otitis externa; acne …

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Consider different etiologies in patients with vaginal pruritus

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CHICAGO – Diagnosing the cause of vaginal itching, which can have a significant negative impact on a woman’s quality of life, can be particularly difficult for multiple reasons, according to Rachel Kornik, MD, of the departments of dermatology and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. “The anatomy …

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Consider different etiologies in patients with vaginal pruritus

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CHICAGO – Diagnosing the cause of vaginal itching, which can have a significant negative impact on a woman’s quality of life, can be particularly difficult for multiple reasons, according to Rachel Kornik, MD, of the departments of dermatology and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. “The anatomy …

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Irritant Contact Dermatitis.

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Contact dermatitis accounts for 95% of occupational skin disorders. Irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) is often caused by cumulative exposure to weak irritants, accounting for 80% of all cases of contact dermatitis. ICD can co-exist with atopic dermatitis (AD) and allergic contact dermatitis (ACD). Patients with AD and ACD may have …

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Periocular contact dermatitis with use of topical voriconazole 1% in mycotic keratitis.

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We present two cases of culture-proven fungal keratitis on natamycin treatment which developed periocular erythema, oedema, burning sensation and pruritus within 48 hours of the addition of topical voriconazole. On clinical examination, periocular erythema with induration was noted. A diagnosis of orbital cellulitis was suspected, but the absence of pain and …

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