Use of long-pulsed neodymium-doped yttrium-aluminium-garnet (LP-Nd:YAG) laser provides similar overall therapeutic effects to those of cryotherapy, results of a recent study have shown. However, laser appears more effective against recalcitrant warts and results in shorter time to warts clearance.
Itraconazole appears to be effective in the treatment of patients with tinea corporis/cruris (TCC) or ringworm of the body, as shown in a study. However, the treatment duration needs to be longer and, even with successful treatment, many patients experience relapse.
Most women with interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) achieve a significant reduction in pelvic pain and dysuria following transvaginal photobiomodulation (TV-PBM), previously referred as low-level laser therapy, according to real-world data.
A smoking cessation program led by a pharmacist in a specialty medical home is feasible and may even lead to successful quit attempts and improved use of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) medications, suggest the results of a study.