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Therapy of onychomycosis in patients with concomitant vascular pathology of lower extremities



Therapy of onychomycosis in patients with concomitant vascular pathology of lower extremities



Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii (6): 20-22



Among 48 patients with onychomycosis and concomitant foot vascular pathology 37.8% were characterized by mixed etiology of onychomycosis. This dictated the use of antimycotic preparations with broad spectrum of activities, such as orungal, in combination with agents improving peripheral circulation and normalizing metabolism. Clinical symptoms of onychomycosis were successfully eliminated in 87.5 and 100% patients with vascular pathology following three and four courses of pulsed orungal therapy, respectively. In certain patients, this beneficial effect was not accompanied by normalization of nailbed condition.

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