Dovonex

What is Dovonex?

Calcipotriol (INN) or calcipotriene (USAN) is a synthetic derivative of calcitriol, a form of vitamin D. It is used in the treatment of psoriasis, marketed under the trade name "Dovonex" in the United States, "Daivonex" outside of North America, and "Psorcutan" in Germany. This medication is safe for long-term application in psoriatic skin conditions.

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I have 3 red cercles on my right hand.
They pop like smoll red dots and become
cercles as dime.I use DOVONEX Cream,
still have in center...

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My 16 yo has morphea on just her back. One stable for 1.5 yrs thick area (4cm by 8cm) and and a larger mildly affected but more diffuse area that...

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Morphea or localised scleroderma is a disorder characterized by excessive collagen deposition leading to thickening of the dermis,...

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Hi, good afternoon. I have psoriasis and was prescribed dovonex cream and flucocinonide solution. my skin has improved but what bothers me is that...

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Hi, I have red spot on my body. I went to the doctor and he said that psoriasis and gave me some cream to put on even my head as well. Which is...

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Hi! I have 3 red cercles on my right hand. They pop like smoll red dots and become cercles as dime.I use DOVONEX Cream, still have in center...

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having psoriasis from 9 yrs with 100% on my body ......on methatraxate since 2007 till now ..but now now ps is getting back .....many blood tests...

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My 16 yo has morphea on just her back. One stable for 1.5 yrs thick area (4cm by 8cm) and and a larger mildly affected but more diffuse area that...

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