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European Dermatology Forum guidelines on topical photodynamic therapy 2019 Part 2: emerging indications – field cancerization, photorejuvenation and inflammatory/infective dermatoses

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Szeimies, R.-M. ; Morton, M. A. ; Basset‐Seguin, N. ; Calzavara‐Pinton, P. ; Gilaberte, Y. ; Hædersdal, M. ; Hofbauer, G. F. L. ; Hunger, R. E. ; Karrer, S. ; Piaserico, S. ; Ulrich, C. ; Wennberg, A.-M. ; Braathen, L. R.
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In addition to approved indications in non-melanoma skin cancer in immunocompetent patients, topical photodynamic therapy (PDT) has also been studied for its place in the treatment of, as well as its potential to prevent, superficial skin cancers in immune-suppressed patients, although sustained clearance rates are lower than for immune-competent individuals. PDT using a nanoemulsion of ALA in a ...


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