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    Aristospan Parenteral Suspension


    What conditions does Aristospan Parenteral Suspension treat?

    Reddish Nodules Arranged in a Circle On the Skin, Hard Irregular Scarring of Skin Often Increasing in Size, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Inflammation of the Covering of the Tendon, Benign Cystic Tumor in Tissue Connecting Muscles and Bones, Disease that Causes Disc-Shaped Patches On the Upper Body, Joint Capsule Membrane Inflammation of a Diseased Joint, Inflammation of the Sac Surrounding the Joint - Bursitis, Skin Rash that Becomes Thick & Discolored From Rubbing It, Inflammation of the Elbow and Surrounding Tissue, acute inflammation of the joints due to gout attack, Skin Disease Characterized by Swollen Itching Lesions, Subacute Inflammation of the Bursa, A Condition in which Hair Falls Out in Patches, Skin Lesion associated with Diabetes Mellitus, Plaque Psoriasis

    Aristospan Parenteral Suspension may also be used to treat:

    Psoriasis associated with Arthritis, Any Disease Following Trauma Involving Joint Cartilage

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