Acne

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Acne

A slang term for a break-out.
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Acne vulgaris has shown a persistent growth in prevalence despite existence of potent treatment.
This study included 70 patients with acne vulgaris: 59 (84.3%) females and 11 (15.7%) males.
However, little is known regarding the potential antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects of these plants as a model for the prevention and control of Acne vulgaris.
Role of growth hormone and insulin-like growth factor-I in hyperandrogenism and the severity of acne vulgaris in young males.
The most common cutaneous feature noted in our study was acanthosis nigricans, seen in 31 (62%) cases followed by acne vulgaris noted in 26 (52%) cases.
Seysara (sarecycline) is a once-daily, oral tetracycline- derived antibiotic with anti-inflammatory properties for the treatment of inflammatory lesions of non-nodular moderate to severe acne vulgaris in patients 9 years of age and older.
Acne vulgaris should be differentiated from rosacea and perioral dermatitis.
Out of all the acne vulgaris patients attending the Dermatology outpatient clinic of KLE Hospital in Belgaum, Karnataka between June 2011 and June 2012, 70 patients whoever gave consent were recruited as the study subjects.
The inflammation in acne vulgaris itself linked with P.
The impact of oral omega-3 on mucocutaneous side effects of isotretinoin in patients with acne vulgaris has not been evaluated yet.
Comparison of the epidemiology of acne vulgaris among Caucasian, Asian, Continental Indian and African American women.