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Lithium succinate



Lithium succinate
Systematic (IUPAC) name
lithium butanedioic acid
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ATC code D11AX04
PubChem 65248
Chemical data
Formula C4H5LiO4
Mol. mass 124.02 g/mol
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Lithium succinate, the lithium salt of succinic acid, is a drug used in the treatment of seborrhoeic dermatitis[1] and proposed for the treatment of anogenital warts.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Leeming JP (1993). "Use of topical lithium succinate in the treatment of seborrhoeic dermatitis". Dermatology (Basel) 187 (2): 149-50. PMID 8358107.
  2. ^ Ward KA, Armstrong KD, Maw RD, Winther MD, Gilburt SJ, Dinsmore WW (1997). "A pilot study to investigate the treatment of anogenital warts with Topical Lithium Succinate cream (8% lithium succinate, 0.05% zinc sulphate)". International journal of STD & AIDS 8 (8): 515-7. PMID 9259500.



 
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