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What is a cure for macular amyloidosis?
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Dr. Jeffrey Hick
Dermatology
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In brief: No scratching
Try using topical corticosteroids or topical capsacin cream to the area where you have macular amyloidosis.

In brief: No scratching
Try using topical corticosteroids or topical capsacin cream to the area where you have macular amyloidosis.
Dr. Jeffrey Hick
Dr. Jeffrey Hick
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Dr. Steven Bowers
Internal Medicine
In brief: Rephrase
Amyloidosis is the consequence of a variety of conditions which cause deposition of fibrils in various tissues including the skin.
Treatment, if available, is aimed at correcting the underlying infectioious, inflammatory or neoplastic process that produces the fibrils of amyloid.

In brief: Rephrase
Amyloidosis is the consequence of a variety of conditions which cause deposition of fibrils in various tissues including the skin.
Treatment, if available, is aimed at correcting the underlying infectioious, inflammatory or neoplastic process that produces the fibrils of amyloid.
Dr. Steven Bowers
Dr. Steven Bowers
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