Effects of the modified excision combined with bidirectional photodynamic therapy on refractory hidradenitis suppurativa: a retrospective study View Full Text


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2022-04-07

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Wenbo Bu, Shuang Zhao, Qian Zhang, Fang Fang, Liu Yang

ABSTRACT

To describe the clinical features of refractory hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) patients (Hurley stageII and stage III) and evaluate the efficacy of combined treatment of the modified excision with bidirectional photodynamic therapy (PDT). A retrospective, multicenter study was conducted in 35 refractory HS patients. They were treated with the modified excision combined with bidirectional PDT. The outcomes, patients’ satisfaction, adverse effects, and the Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) were observed. There were more males than females (6:1). The axilla was the most frequently affected region (37.5%). All patients had experienced treatment failures before and had good response to our combined therapy (clearance rate > 75%). The average time required for complete wound healing was 11 days. After 1 year of follow-up, no significant recurrence was observed. The DLQI decreased significantly after the combined treatment. The comprehensive evaluation of scar and the deformation showed good cosmetic results after treatment. Reversible adverse events such as small patchy blackness, necrosis, or ulcer in the tip of the flap occurred in six patients (17.1%). Of the 35 patients, 30 were very satisfied with the treatment. This case series finds that the modified excision combined with bidirectional PDT may hold promise for radical treatment of Hurley stage II and stage III. More... »

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2865-2872

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