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Figure 18.1
The fingertip unit.
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Figure 18.5
Periocular dermatitis.
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Figure 18.9
 Circumlesional scaling characteristic of psoriasis lesions treated with vitamin D analogues.
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Figure 18.13
(a) Staining of the skin due to dithranol treatment. (b) An irritant reaction following accidental contamination of normal skin with dithranol.
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Figure 18.2
Configuration of the basic corticosteroid structure.
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Figure 18.6
Structures of tacrolimus and pimecrolimus.
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Figure 18.10
Cutaneous atrophy and striae in a 21‐year‐old man from the unsupervised use of calcipotriol and betamethasone ointment 60 g weekly for 2 years.
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Figure 18.3
(a, b) Permanent atrophy induced by repeated use of clobetasol propionate for psoriasis.
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Figure 18.7
Structures of retinoid molecules used topically.
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Figure 18.11
Crude coal tar in white soft paraffin – a rather messy and inconvenient treatment.
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Figure 18.4
Tinea incognita. (a) Signs of tinea manus are partly suppressed by treatment with a potent topical steroid. (b) Rash on a foot extending progressively...
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Figure 18.8
Structures of calcitriol, tacalcitol, calcipotriol and maxacalcitol.
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Figure 18.12
Structure of dithranol.