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Considering taking medication to treat Keratoderma? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Keratoderma. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Keratoderma returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
salicylic acid topical     6 User Reviews
Psoriasis Medicated top     6 User Reviews
Neutrogena T/Sal top     4 User Reviews
Bensal HP topical     4 User Reviews
Scalpicin top     4 User Reviews
Psoriasin top     3 User Reviews
salicylic acid-lactic acid top     1 User Reviews
Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash top     1 User Reviews
podophyllum resin top     1 User Reviews
X-Seb T Pearl top     1 User Reviews
Acne Pad top     1 User Reviews
Inova 8-2 top     1 User Reviews
Salkera top     1 User Reviews
Aveeno Clear Complexion top     1 User Reviews
Therapeutic Shampoo top     Be the first to review it
coal tar-salicylic acid top     Be the first to review it
Betasal top     Be the first to review it
Podocon top     Be the first to review it
DHS Sal top     Be the first to review it
Keralyt top     Be the first to review it
Tarsum top     Be the first to review it
salicylic acid-pyrithione zinc top     Be the first to review it
Acne Cleansing Pads top     Be the first to review it
Medicated Cleansing Pads top     Be the first to review it
Corn Remover top     Be the first to review it
Corn-Callus Remover top     Be the first to review it
Scalp Relief top     Be the first to review it
Inova 4-1 top     Be the first to review it
Acne Cleanser top     Be the first to review it
salicylic ac-benzoyl per-vit E top     Be the first to review it
Therapeutic T Plus top     Be the first to review it
salicylic acid-urea top     Be the first to review it
salicylic acid-ammon lact-aloe top     Be the first to review it
Keralyt Scalp Complete top     Be the first to review it
P & S (salicylic acid) top     Be the first to review it
Noble Formula S top     Be the first to review it
Salvax Duo Plus top     Be the first to review it
Fast Clearing Spot top     Be the first to review it
Neutrogena T-Gel Conditner(sa) top     Be the first to review it
Acne Spot Treatment top     Be the first to review it
Selsun Blue Naturals top     Be the first to review it
Rapid Clear Treatment Pads top     Be the first to review it
Clean & Clear Advantage top     Be the first to review it
Scalp Itch-Dandruff Relief top     Be the first to review it
Dermarest Psoriasis Medicated top     Be the first to review it

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