Acrodermatitis continua can be resistant to treatment. It may be treated topically with glucocorticoids, calcipotriol, 5-fluorouracil or tacrolimus. Systemic treatments include oral retinoids, cyclosporine, methotrexate, and PUVA photochemotherapy. There are reports of improvement with NSAIDs. A combination of tacrolimus in the morning and calcipotriol at night is probably the best approach often showing very good improvement in 3 weeks. A previous patient of mine reported very good improvement with alternative medicine!
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Hello I read your blog about acrodermatitis Continua of hallopeau,I have this disease. because into the netherlands are no more medicine for me.
Im resistant about some now i’i be waiting a lot of years for a new medicine. Do you know anything that can help me ? please contact me, regards renate