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Clinical Study

The Clinical Effect of Oral Vitamin D2 Supplementation on Psoriasis: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Study

Table 2

Outcomes at the 3-month and 6-month follow-ups.

Vitamin D2Placebop-value

At baseline
PASI, mean±SD4.68±3.124.21±2.530.58
At 3-month follow-up
PASI, mean±SD3.11±2.434.73±3.940.13
PASI change, mean±SD1.43±1.94-0.33±2.950.03
%PASI change, mean±SD34.21%±35.24-1.85%±66.730.039
At 6-month follow-up
PASI, mean±SD2.39±1.973.35±2.490.20
PASI change, mean±SD2.15±2.590.71±1.830.055
%PASI change, mean±SD42.79%±36.1821.57%±53.220.16

PASI, Psoriasis Area and Severity Index; SD, standard deviation.

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