Quiz: Treatment of Skin Disorders
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Topical drugs applied directly to the skin are a mainstay of skin disorder treatment. The active ingredient, or drug, is mixed with an inactive ingredient called the vehicle. The vehicle determines the product’s consistency (eg, thick and greasy, or light and watery), and whether the active ingredient remains on the surface or penetrates the skin. Which of the following is the most commonly used vehicle for treating skin disorders?

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