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A combination of home-based narrowband UVB and topical corticosteroid is superior to topical corticosteroid alone and it was relatively safe and well tolerated.

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Jonathan M Batchelor 1,, Kim S Thomas 1,*,, Perways Akram 2, Jaskiran Azad 3, Anthony Bewley 4, Joanne R Chalmers 1, Seau Tak Cheung 5, Lelia Duley 6, Viktoria Eleftheriadou 7, Robert Ellis 8,9, Adam Ferguson 10, Jonathan MR Goulding 11, Rachel H Haines 6, Hamdi Hamad 12, John R Ingram 13, Bisola Laguda 14, Paul Leighton 1, Nick Levell 15, Areti Makrygeorgou 16, Garry D Meakin 6, Adam Millington 17, Malobi Ogboli 18, Amirtha Rajasekaran 19, Jane C Ravenscroft 20, Andrew Rogers 2, Tracey H Sach 21, Miriam Santer 5, Julia Stainforth 22, Wei Tan 6, Shyamal Wahie 23, Jennifer White 6, Maxine E Whitton 1, Hywel C Williams 1, Andrew Wright 24, Alan A Montgomery 6

* Corresponding author Email: Kim.Thomas@Nottingham.ac.uk

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