Dermatological medications and local therapeutics

Paul Peters and Christof Schaefer

2.17.1 Typical skin changes during pregnancy 441

2.17.2 Anti-infective agents 442

2.17.3 Antiseptics and disinfectants 444

2.17.4 Astringents 447

2.17.5 Polidocanol 448

2.17.6 Camphor and menthol 448

2.17.7 Coal tar and slate oil preparations 448

2.17.8 Local immunomodulators and neurodermatitis therapy 449

2.17.9 Keratolytics 449

2.17.10 Retinoids for acne and psoriasis therapy 452

2.17.11 Photochemotherapy and fumaric acid 456

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2.17.12 Sex hormones and cyproterone acetate 456

2.17.13 5-fluorouracil 457

2.17.14 Lithium 457

2.17.15 Scabies and lice medications 458

2.17.16 Diethyltoiuamide and icaridin 458

2.17.17 Eye, nose, and ear drops 459

2.17.18 Hemorrhoid medications 461

2.17.19 Vein thetapeutfcs 462

2.17.20 Antihidrotica 462

2.17.21 Minoxidil 462

2.17.22 Cosmetics 463

In this chapter, the most important dermatological medications as well as other frequently used local therapies will be discussed. More extensive information on many medications can be found under the substance headings in other chapters. Vaginal therapeutics arc discussed in Chapter 2.14.

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