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Palm and foot psoriasis. Medicine?

Hello Doctor, I am suffering from palm and feet psoriasis since last 3 years. can you please advice me a medicine with coal tar + salicylic acid + corticosteroids content as I have read that combination of these three contents is a recomended medicine for palm and feet psoriasis Regards, Kumar Badiger 0000
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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Hi..dear kumar..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Palm and feet is resistant Psoriasis..,
It is genetically determined papulosquamous disorder..,
Hence it is not curable....only controllable..,
good treatment is available...but only controllable..,
1) Tars and Anthraline are good at psoriasis..,
2) Calcipotriol........available in market is..,
SORVATE (glenmark)...plain...contsins Calcitriol 3 mcg...,
it is non-steroidal and can usew long time..,
SORVATE-C with Clobetasol..,
3) Coal tar+ Salicylic acid+ Coticosteriods...,
available in SALYTAR..C..,
4) One more medcine available as ENBREL....,
it contains.....Etanercept...25 mg
Answered: Sun, 6 May 2012
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