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Year : 1979  |  Volume : 45  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 100--102

Skin Sodium, Potassium and Glycogen Levels in Psoriatic Patients Under Photochemotherapy

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Sodium, potassium and glycogen content was- measured in psoriatic plaques of patients receiving photochemotherapy. Glycogen levels decreased 48 hours after photochemotherapy but again rose to the original level 7 days after therapy. The significance of this change could not be evaluated. Sodium and potassium levels of psoriatic plaques did not show any significant change either ' 48 hours or 7 days after photochemotherapy.


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