Desonate

What is Desonate?

Desonide is the generic name of a low-potency topical corticosteroid that has been available since the 1970s. It is primarily used to treat atopic dermatitis (eczema), seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis and psoriasis in both adults and children. It has a fairly good safety profile and is available as a cream, ointment, lotion, and as a foam under the tradename Verdeso Foam. It is a group VI corticosteroid under US classification, the second least potent group.

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I have inflamation of the skin on top of the knuckle closest to the nail (for past two weeks). It itches sometimes, isn t painful, and I have...

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As the symptoms mentioned it is only dryness of skin which causes seborrhic dermatitis.apply a moisteriser along with momate-s ointment in the...

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Any idea what is on my face? I do have exzema.

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Please let me know some more details.

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I have developed a rash that initially was only on the backs of my hands and few spots on my chest. my dermatologist thought it was just an...

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Pityriasis roseae

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Thanks for the query and photographs.
You are suffering from pityriasis roseae.
The etiology...

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Any idea what is on my face? I do have exzema.

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I have developed a rash that initially was only on the backs of my hands and few spots on my chest. my dermatologist thought it was just an...

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I have inflamation of the skin on top of the knuckle closest to the nail (for past two weeks). It itches sometimes, isn t painful, and I have...

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