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Diflorasone: Topical cream

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DIFLORASONE (dye FLOR a sone) is a corticosteroid. It is used on the skin to reduce swelling, redness, itching, and allergic reactions.

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Drugs Related by Class to Diflorasone: Topical cream
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Class Name : Plain Topical Corticosteroids

Related Brand Name Drugs :

Aclovate: Topical cream  |  Aclovate: Topical ointment  |  Ala-Scalp: Topical lotion  |  Alphatrex: Topical cream  |  Alphatrex: Topical ointment  |  Apexicon E: Topical cream  |  Apexicon: Topical ointment  |  Aqua Glycolic HC: Topical lotion  |  Balneol for Her: Topical lotion  |  Cinalog: Topical cream  |  Cinolar: Topical ointment  |  Clobevate: Topical gel  |  Clobex: Shampoo  |  Clobex: Topical lotion  |  Clobex: Topical spray, solution  |  Clodan: Shampoo  |  Cloderm: Topical cream  |  Cordran Tape: Impregnated dressing  |  Cordran: Topical cream  |  Cordran: Topical lotion  |  Cormax: Topical cream  |  Cormax: Topical ointment  |  Cormax: Topical solution  |  CortAlo: Topical gel  |  Corticaine: Topical cream  |  Corticool: Topical gel  |  Cortifoam: Rectal foam  |  Cortizone-10 Plus: Topical cream  |  Cortizone-10: Topical ointment  |  Cortizone: Topical cream  |  Cortizone: Topical ointment  |  Cutivate: Topical cream  |  Cutivate: Topical lotion  |  Cutivate: Topical ointment  |  Cyclocort: Topical cream  |  Cyclocort: Topical lotion  |  Cyclocort: Topical ointment  |  DERMASORB HC Complete: Topical lotion  |  Derma-Smoothe/FS: Topical oil  |  Dermatop: Topical ointment  |  DesOwen: Topical cream  |  DesOwen: Topical lotion  |  DesOwen: Topical ointment  |  Desonate: Topical gel  |  Diprolene AF: Topical cream, augmented  |  Diprolene: Topical gel, augmented  |  Diprolene: Topical lotion, augmented  |  Diprolene: Topical ointment, augmented  |  Diprosone: Topical cream  |  Diprosone: Topical ointment  |  Elocon: Topical cream  |  Elocon: Topical lotion  |  Elocon: Topical ointment  |  Florone: Topical cream  |  Florone: Topical ointment  |  Halog: Topical cream  |  Halog: Topical ointment  |  Hycort: Topical cream  |  Hytone: Topical cream  |  Hytone: Topical lotion  |  Hytone: Topical ointment  |  Kenalog: Suspension for injection  |  Kenalog: Topical cream  |  Kenalog: Topical lotion  |  Kenalog: Topical ointment  |  Kenalog: Topical spray, solution  |  Lacticare HC: Topical lotion  |  Lidex -E: Topical cream, emulsified base  |  Lidex: Topical cream  |  Lidex: Topical gel  |  Lidex: Topical ointment  |  Lidex: Topical solution  |  LoKara: Topical lotion  |  Locoid Lipocream: Topical Lipocream  |  Locoid: Topical cream  |  Locoid: Topical lotion  |  Locoid: Topical ointment  |  Locoid: Topical solution  |  Luxiq Foam: Topical foam  |  Maxiflor: Topical cream  |  Maxiflor: Topical ointment  |  Maxivate: Topical cream  |  Maxivate: Topical lotion  |  Maxivate: Topical ointment  |  Neosporin Eczema: Topical cream  |  NuCort: Topical lotion  |  NuZon: Topical gel  |  Nutracort: Topical cream  |  Nutracort: Topical lotion  |  Olux-E: Foam - Non aqueous  |  Olux: Foam - Hydroalcoholic  |  Pandel: Topical cream  |  Pediaderm HC: Topical lotion  |  Pediaderm TA: Topical cream  |  Penecort: Topical cream  |  Preparation H Hydrocortisone: Topical cream  |  Psorcon E: Topical cream  |  Psorcon E: Topical ointment  |  Psorcon: Topical cream  |  Psorcon: Topical ointment  |  Sarnol-HC: Topical lotion  |  Scalacort: Topical lotion  |  Scalpicin Anti-Itch: Topical solution  |  Synalar: Topical cream  |  Synalar: Topical ointment  |  Synalar: Topical solution  |  Temovate E: Topical cream, emulsified base  |  Temovate E: Topical ointment  |  Temovate: Topical cream  |  Temovate: Topical gel  |  Temovate: Topical ointment  |  Temovate: Topical solution  |  Texacort: Topical solution  |  Topicort LP: Topical cream  |  Topicort LP: Topical ointment  |  Topicort: Topical cream  |  Topicort: Topical gel  |  Topicort: Topical ointment  |  Topicort: Topical spray, solution  |  Trianex: Topical ointment, augmented  |  Tridesilon: Topical cream  |  Tucks HC: Topical ointment  |  Ultravate: Topical cream  |  Ultravate: Topical ointment  |  Valisone: Topical cream  |  Valisone: Topical lotion  |  Valisone: Topical ointment  |  Vanos: Topical cream  |  Verdeso: Topical foam  |  Westcort: Topical cream  |  Westcort: Topical ointment
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Related Generic Drugs :

Alclometasone: Topical cream  |  Alclometasone: Topical ointment  |  Amcinonide: Topical cream  |  Amcinonide: Topical lotion  |  Amcinonide: Topical ointment  |  Betamethasone: Suspension for injection  |  Betamethasone: Topical cream  |  Betamethasone: Topical cream, augmented  |  Betamethasone: Topical foam  |  Betamethasone: Topical gel, augmented  |  Betamethasone: Topical lotion  |  Betamethasone: Topical lotion, augmented  |  Betamethasone: Topical ointment  |  Betamethasone: Topical ointment, augmented  |  Clobetasol: Foam - Hydroalcoholic  |  Clobetasol: Foam - Non aqueous  |  Clobetasol: Shampoo  |  Clobetasol: Topical cream  |  Clobetasol: Topical cream, emulsified base  |  Clobetasol: Topical gel  |  Clobetasol: Topical lotion  |  Clobetasol: Topical ointment  |  Clobetasol: Topical solution  |  Clobetasol: Topical spray, solution  |  Clocortolone: Topical cream  |  Desonide: Topical cream  |  Desonide: Topical lotion  |  Desonide: Topical ointment  |  Desoximetasone: Topical cream  |  Desoximetasone: Topical gel  |  Desoximetasone: Topical ointment  |  Fluocinolone: Otic drops, oil  |  Fluocinolone: Topical cream  |  Fluocinolone: Topical oil  |  Fluocinolone: Topical ointment  |  Fluocinolone: Topical solution  |  Fluocinonide: Topical cream  |  Fluocinonide: Topical cream, emulsified base  |  Fluocinonide: Topical gel  |  Fluocinonide: Topical ointment  |  Fluocinonide: Topical solution  |  Fluticasone Propionate: Nasal spray, suspension  |  Fluticasone Propionate: Topical cream  |  Fluticasone Propionate: Topical lotion  |  Fluticasone Propionate: Topical ointment  |  Halobetasol Propionate: Topical cream  |  Halobetasol Propionate: Topical ointment  |  Hydrocortisone: Oral tablet  |  Hydrocortisone: Powder for solution for injection  |  Hydrocortisone: Rectal cream  |  Hydrocortisone: Rectal enema, suspension  |  Hydrocortisone: Rectal suppository  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical Lipocream  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical cream  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical gel  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical lotion  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical ointment  |  Hydrocortisone: Topical solution  |  Mometasone: Topical cream  |  Mometasone: Topical lotion  |  Mometasone: Topical ointment  |  Prednicarbate: Topical ointment  |  Triamcinolone: Dental paste  |  Triamcinolone: Nasal spray, solution  |  Triamcinolone: Solution for injection  |  Triamcinolone: Suspension for injection  |  Triamcinolone: Topical cream  |  Triamcinolone: Topical lotion  |  Triamcinolone: Topical ointment
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