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Antiandrogen medication-synergism permitted low-dosage-low-exposure to both drugs

  • At: 2010 FIP Congress in Lisbon (Portugal)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: SER, Filip (City Departement for Skin and veneral Diseases, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
  • Co-author(s): Djurovic, Dragan (Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Gajdas, Mirjana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Pavlovic, Tina (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Sarenac, Svetlana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Stojsic, Radmila (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Celeketic, Zorana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Petronijevic, Dragoslav (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Ivanic, Vanja (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Bakalovic, Irena (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Plazinic, Olivera (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
  • Abstract:

    Inducing remission in severe acne patient is difficult. Sometimes in adult - onset acne in women or severe acne in women one of the systemic therapy approaches is antiandrogen medication. Ciproterone we do not consider the first-line agent. Excess night androgen suppression can be obtained with low-dose corticosteroids and spironolaktone. However,


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