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Medical community using high doses of sski...LINKS


Oops - yeah, I did leave those out, didn't I?

Here are two:
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/228723-medication

(3rd paragraph within link)•Cutaneous and lymphocutaneous sporotrichosis: These are treated with oral itraconazole 200 mg/d until 2-4 weeks after all lesions have resolved, usually for a total of 3-6 months. Patients who do not respond should be given one of the following: (1) oral itraconazole 200 mg twice daily, (2) oral terbinafine 500 mg twice daily, or (3) SSKI initiated at a dose of 5 drops (initially using a standard eye dropper) thrice daily and increasing as tolerated to 40-50 drops thrice daily.

http://www.scielo.br/pdf/rimtsp/v53n2/06.pdf

(This link would not allow me to copy from the text, but the info is about SSKI being the first choice of treatment and is an excellent article).

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