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Superficial Actinic Porokeratosis
Yes - several.: Disseminated superficial actinic porokeratosis, is a benign condition which can occur more typically on the lower legs, but also other body areas as well. Common treatments include cryotherapy (freezing), keratolytics that contain urea or lactic acid, as well as actinic keratosis treatments such as zyclara, Picato (ingenol mebutate) or even the older generation of 5-fluorouracil. ...Read more
Is there ever a swelling groinnlymph node response to 3wks on flurocinimide and 2 of desonide to treat evolving porokeratosis w/underlyingChron.Inflam?
Hello I am a african american 23 year old male with porokeratosis on my face. My first lesion happened at 8 years old. Help please! ?
Porokeratosis: There are a number of variants of this disorder but it is rare on the face and in darker skinned individuals. See a dermatologist as the treatment is long term. Topical 5-fluorouracil Topical 5-fluorouracil can induce remission in all forms of porokeratosis.[61, 62] Treatment must be continued until a brisk inflammatory reaction is obtained. EnhaTopical 5-fluorouracil can induce remission in all ...Read more
Actinic Keraotsis: Actinic keratoses arise in chronically sun exposed sites, such as the backs of the hands, forearms and face. They usually present as rough scaly or crusty slightly red bumps on the skin. Sometimes, these lesions can be felt more than they can be seen. A rough patch on a sun exposed area may all that you notice. ...Read more
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