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BOF: 2.190

A patient from West Africa comes to your clinic with a complaint of noticing pale patches on his skin. On examination of the patient you notice several hypopigmented macules. On further examination you note loss of sensation over these hypopigmented areas.

In this patient which one of the following agents would be the mainstay of treatment?

a)      Selenium sulphide

b)      Ketoconazole

c)      Monobenzone

d)      Intralesional triamcinolone

e)      Dapsone

 

 

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