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Treatment of Behcet's disease with chlorambucil.
  1. D. Tricoulis


    Five patients with Behcet's disease in the active and progressive stages were treated with chlorambucil (Leukeran). In all aptients a long-lasting remission was obtained, the ocular lesions did not progress and the vision did not deteriorate. Follow-up varied between 10 and 24 months. Results were encouraging and the form of treatment with chlorambucil and small doses of corticosteroids was superior to other forms of therapy.

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