Retinoids — Present Status
With the dramatic response of severe cystic acne, psoriasis, many of the disorders of keratinization, and the wide spectrum of other benign and malignant conditions reported to be partially responsive, the synthetic retinoids have ushered in a new era in the therapy of skin disease. In particular, isotretinoin and etretinate, either used alone or in combination with other agents, have been the most commonly used synthetic retinoids during the past decade.
KeywordsBullous Pemphigoid Diffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis Synthetic Retinoid Oral Retinoid Retinoid Therapy
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