A randomized, investigator-blinded study to compare the efficacy and tolerance of a 650-microsecond, 1064-nm YAG laser to a 308-nm excimer laser for the treatment of mild-to-moderate psoriasis vulgaris

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Mark Nestor
Daniel Fischer
David Arnold
Haowei Han
Anita Gade
Francesca Ceci
Austin Dunn
Alec Lawson

Keywords

psoriasis, 1064nm YAG laser, 308nm excimer laser

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