Phototherapy and PDT
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“PUVA” is the term used for the combination of UVA and __________.
Which of the following wouldn’t typically be treated with PUVA or NB-UVB?
A chemical compound which, upon exposure to light, produces a phototoxic reaction is called a ___________.
Which psoralen is used in NB-UVB?
What is the wavelength of narrowband UVB?
Clothing of any kind should never be allowed in the PUVA or NB-UVB booth.
Patients undergoing PUVA treatments should wear eye protection _______________.
NB-UVB is contraindicated during pregnancy.
Phototherapy dosages are typically measured in _________.
The most common form of PDT used in dermatology is ______________.
Blue Light PDT utilizes both “blue” and UV wavelengths of light.
A patient comes in today for Blue Light PDT w/ Levulan. After treatment, he admits that he never canceled his weekly golf game and plans to play this afternoon.
What would be the most appropriate recommendation in this situation?
The photosensitivity caused by aminolevulinic acid (Levulan) lasts for _________ after initial application.