Small trial suggests a potential benefit for combination of triamcinolone acetonide and salvianolic acid B for Oral submucous fibrosis patients

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Oral submucous fibrosis (OSF) is characterized by chronic inflammation and progressive subepithelial connective tissue fibrosis. This can involve the oral cavity, pharynx and upper third of the oesphagus. It is more commonly found in patients in the Asian subcontinent and the Far East.  The aetiology is considered to be multi-factorial with areca nut chewing, nutritional [read the full story…]