1992
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.128.10.1329
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Perifolliculitis capitis abscedens et suffodiens. Resolution with combination therapy

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“…[6] Different therapeutic approaches, such as monotherapy by isotretinoin, as well as isotretinoin combined with glycocorticoids, antibiotics, and zinc remedies have been already described. [711] Laser epilation, X-ray epilation, injection of glycocorticoids into the skin lesions and surgical incision have been used as supplementary methods. [1214]…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…[6] Different therapeutic approaches, such as monotherapy by isotretinoin, as well as isotretinoin combined with glycocorticoids, antibiotics, and zinc remedies have been already described. [711] Laser epilation, X-ray epilation, injection of glycocorticoids into the skin lesions and surgical incision have been used as supplementary methods. [1214]…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Etiologies of folliculitis decalvans include a primary bacterial infection, particularly Staphylococcus aureus, and retention of follicular products with secondary infection. 4,5 The possibility of a genetic predisposition has also been suggested. 6 Many nonsurgical and surgical therapies have been utilized with variable results, but with no uniformly successful or durable resolution of disease.…”
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“…[289][290][291][292][293][294][295][296][297][298][299][300] Combination therapy with oral isotretinoin and 2-weekly ILTAC injections (40 mg mL )1 ) resulted in a 2-year remission in one patient. 301 In severe cases the addition of oral corticosteroids is recommended. 8 Second-line treatment Oral antibiotics (Level of evidence = E) Aspiration PLUS intralesional triamcinolone acetonide (Level of evidence = E) Oral zinc (Level of evidence = E) Topical antibiotics PLUS topical retinoids (Level of evidence = E) Oxytetracycline (1 g daily) 302 and trimethoprim (100 mg twice daily) 303 have been reported to improve individual patients; however, others were unsuccessful with antibiotic therapy.…”
Section: First-line Treatment Oral Isotretinoin (Level Of Evidence = D)mentioning
confidence: 99%