On the role of topical glucocorticosteroids in treatment of atopic dermatitis inchildren

Abstract

The article discusses the role of topical glucocorticosteroids in treatment of children suffering from atopic dermatitis as well as
problems of clinical efficacy and safety of application of mometasone furoate (Elocom®) for this dermatosis during the period of
exacerbation.

About the authors

A L Bakulev

Email: al_ba05@mail.ru

N N Murashkin

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