April 2009
Reactions Weekly;4/25/2009, Issue 1249, p11
Case Study
The article presents the cases of three patients whose hypertriglyceridaemia developed under bexarotene treatment for mycosis fungoides was reversed using omega-3-fatty acid ethyl esters. The patients were two men aged 60 and 37 years, who were unsuccessfully treated with chemotherapy and a woman who previously received psoralens.


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