Side effects of topical corticosteroid therapy

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Doctor Green: Prescriptions creams are often used by dermatologists to help eliminate a type of sun induced pre-cancerous spot (called actinic keratosis). These creams can be applied to a specific precancerous spot, or more commonly all over a certain area of the body, such as the forearms or the face. The pre-cancer removal creams are applied daily for up to 3 weeks, and usually by the second week, any pre-cancer they are applied to gets red, swollen, and scabby. A few weeks after the cream is discontinued, the precancerous area is scabbed off and new, healthier skin takes its place.

Side effects of topical corticosteroid therapy

side effects of topical corticosteroid therapy

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