Onychomycoses pp 102-107 | Cite as

Topical Treatment of Onychomycoses with Bifonazole-Urea Ointment

  • S. Stettendorf

Abstract

Fungal infections of the nails still pose difficult problems for physicians and patients as existing therapeutic possibilities are not always satisfactory. Any treatment of onychomycosis will inevitably be a lengthy process and a high degree of patient compliance as well as guidance by the attending physician is required.

Keywords

Hydration Urea Assimilation Argentina Azole 

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