A method of treating psoriasis without the use of corticosteroids or antimitotic agents is described. A special technique incorporating the use of anthralin is employed with results which are better than any so far published. As well as being effective and inexpensive, the technique is safe, with no systemic side effects. It has been adopted as the standard therapeutic procedure in a number of centers in England and Europe.
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