THERE IS
SIGNIFICANT UNMET
NEED
IN THE
MANAGEMENT OF PN1

The clinical objective in PN is to relieve intense itch and heal nodular lesions,
which may improve patients’ QoL2-4

A multimodal treatment
approach is recommended for
PN by a US consensus panel2,a

Treatment is selected based on a patient’s clinical presentation, comorbidities, and response to prior treatments and should address both neural and immunologic components of disease, which often requires use of multiple therapeutic agents2,5

Mainly topical therapies

Widespread skin-directed or systemic therapies

Experimental therapies

There remains an unmet need in the management of PN1

aNote: None of the treatments shown are approved for use in PN.

PN, prurigo nodularis; QoL, quality of life.


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