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Re: What the h* are *topical* ketoconazoles

Posted by Adam on November 15, 1999, at 12:24:48

In reply to Re: What the h* are *topical* ketoconazoles, posted by dove on November 15, 1999, at 12:04:49

Ketoconazole is used primarily as an antifungal agent, and can be administered orally
or topically (in a shampoo or a cream). It is a potent inhibitor of many members of the
cytochrome P450 family of enzymes, which are involved in the metabolism of a wide variety
of drugs, largely in but not limited to the liver. Oral ketoconazole can cause problems
if used in combination with other drugs. Topical ketoconazole isn't a problem.

> DJ! You actually made me laugh for the first time in over a week, Yeah!! I think the subject has to do with dandruff and scalps and topical solutions placed onto the head to combat the aforementioned.
> dove




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