Acne

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Acne

A slang term for a break-out.
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The American Academy of Dermatology is expected to review and update guidelines of care for the management of acne vulgaris, with a focus on the use of antibiotics, later this year.
Key clinical point: An OTC benzoyl peroxide-based product compared well with a prescription benzoyl peroxide/clindamycin product for acne vulgaris.
Materials and Methods: Sixty females with acne vulgaris, who were clinically evaluated as grade 4-8 on Allen-Smith scale, were selected from our patient population for whom isotretinoin, CTA/EE and isotretinoin+CTA/EE combination treatment was planned.
In South Africa, there is a massive trend towards the universal use of lower dosages of systemic isotretinoin for lesser degrees of acne vulgaris and it is prescribed by dermatologists and general practitioners alike.
Launched to dermatologists in July 2006 after approval by FDA on May 8, 2006, SOLODYN is the only branded oral minocycline approved for once daily dosage in the treatment of inflammatory lesions of non-nodular moderate to severe acne vulgaris in patients 12 years of age and older.
The present trial is focused on the investigation of the clinical use, and the efficacy and safety of nadifloxacin in the treatment of acne vulgaris grade I-II under routine conditions.
From all these studies, what's clear is [that] questions are again being raised and people are paying attention to the influence of diet in acne vulgaris.
Perceptions of acne vulgaris in final year medical student written examination answers.
TopoTarget A/S (CSE: TOPO), Copenhagen, Denmark, has announced that a Phase II clinical trial has been initiated, testing Avugane, a topical valproic acid - an HDAC inhibitor drug - in the treatment of acne vulgaris.
In particular, the NLite laser systems for treating vascular lesions, acne vulgaris and skin rejuvenation have performed well.
vivo3, conferring a major advantage in the treatment of acne vulgaris where
Jenseniin P is a bacteriocin that has been shown to kill the various cutaneous propionibacteria responsible for acne vulgaris, a skin condition that infects the sebaceous glands and hair follicles of the face, neck, back and chest of millions of teenagers and adults each year.