What is the best management for localized psoriatic lesions?
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Tazarotene and topical vitamin D products are safe and effective for long-term daily use in patients with localized psoriasis, although tazarotene can cause local irritation. Both agents should be avoided in women who may become pregnant. (SOR A, based on a Clinical Evidence designation of “beneficial.”) High-potency topical corticosteroids are also effective, but have adverse effects that preclude long-term daily use. (SOR C, based on a practice guideline.)
Evidence Based Practice 12(11): 15-16.