Chronic keratosis pilaris rubra responds to laser therapy in small study

08/13/2013 | SkinAndAllergyNews.com

Erythema associated with chronic keratosis pilaris rubra responded to pulsed dye laser treatments in a small study of seven teenagers, but insurers are reluctant to pay for the procedure, dermatologists said at a conference. Results were achieved in one to four treatments, and flushing returned in two patients.

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