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We agree that is a bit confusing as the name, strength, and form
appear to be the same. It is true that diflorasone diacetate cream 0.05%
is classified as a both a Class II and Class III topical steroid. This
difference is due to the formulation of the cream bases that are used by
Megha Tollefson, MD
Anna Bruckner, MD
"Diflorasone diacetate 0.05% cream" appear twice in TABLE 2 Topical
Steroid Medications by Class" , both in "Class II: High potency" and
"Class III: Moderate potency", which are identical ingredients and
in Page e1739
That doesn't make sense.
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