2007
DOI: 10.1016/j.jaad.2006.08.048
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Guidelines of care for acne vulgaris management

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“…48 Scoring systems that classify and/or grade acne severity (i.e., numbers and types of acne lesions) are reliable and widely used in dermatology to facilitate therapeutic decisions and assess response to treatment. 49 We know very little about the severity of acne in PCOS because acne scores are seldom used or reported. Moreover, it is unclear whether the actual prevalence of acne is increased in women with PCOS compared with the population at large.…”
Section: Acnementioning
confidence: 99%
“…48 Scoring systems that classify and/or grade acne severity (i.e., numbers and types of acne lesions) are reliable and widely used in dermatology to facilitate therapeutic decisions and assess response to treatment. 49 We know very little about the severity of acne in PCOS because acne scores are seldom used or reported. Moreover, it is unclear whether the actual prevalence of acne is increased in women with PCOS compared with the population at large.…”
Section: Acnementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Akne vulgaris k›l folikülü ve ya¤ bezinin kronik inflamatuvar bir hastal›¤› olup komedon (aç›k/kapal›), papül, püstül ve nodüller ile karakterizedir 1 . Ergenlik döneminde akne vulgaris prevalans› %70-87 aras›nda tahmin edilmektedir 2 .…”
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“…Topical medications containing BPO are widely recognized as a standard treatment for acne vulgaris in Europe and the USA 3, 4. The antiseptic effect of BPO is a result of its oxidizing property5 and therefore suggests a low possibility that antibiotic‐resistant bacteria may develop, and we therefore expect that it is safe to use long term for acne treatment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%