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“…Goldschmidt et ah (1977) described acne fulminans which they characterized as a disorder of teenage males in whom a severely infiammatory, tender ulcerative form of acne was accompanied by fever, leucocytosis and other systemic features, including polyarthralgia. A review of the cases reported by other authors (Kelly & Burns, 1971;Lane, Leyden & Spiegel, 1976;Thyresson, 1963;Williamson et ah, 1977;Windom, Sanford & Ziff, 1961;Strom, Thyresson & Bostrom, 1973) confirms the features described by Goldschmidt et ah (1977). A mild form of acne has often been present for several months before undergoing rapid deterioration into a tender ulcerative form or in some cases, acne conglobata.…”
Section: Commentsupporting
confidence: 67%
“…Goldschmidt et ah (1977) described acne fulminans which they characterized as a disorder of teenage males in whom a severely infiammatory, tender ulcerative form of acne was accompanied by fever, leucocytosis and other systemic features, including polyarthralgia. A review of the cases reported by other authors (Kelly & Burns, 1971;Lane, Leyden & Spiegel, 1976;Thyresson, 1963;Williamson et ah, 1977;Windom, Sanford & Ziff, 1961;Strom, Thyresson & Bostrom, 1973) confirms the features described by Goldschmidt et ah (1977). A mild form of acne has often been present for several months before undergoing rapid deterioration into a tender ulcerative form or in some cases, acne conglobata.…”
Section: Commentsupporting
confidence: 67%
“…Acne fulminans was first described by Burns and Colville [1] in 1958. it was subsequently named acute febrile ulcerative conglobate acne in 1971 by Kelly and Burns [2]. The main features include the sudden onset of severe and often ulcerating acne, fever, polyarthralgia, failure to respond to antibacterial therapy and a response to debridement and steroid therapy.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is further supported by the response to systemic steroids. Cultures of blood, joint fluid and bone lesions are negative [2,4,10].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Acne fulminans is an uncommon disease of young adults characterized by a sudden onset of severe skin ulceration without cyst formation but with systemic symptoms such as high temperature and polyarthralgia (1)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7). The disease is resistant to ordinary antibacterial therapy but satisfactorily responds to systemic corticosteroids (3,5).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%