1952
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1952.01530240041005
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Testosterone for Apocrine Diseases: Hidrosadenitis, Fox-Fordyce Disease

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“…[9][10][11][12] Clinical manifestations and response to treatment, however, remain very different, e.g., acne prominently involves the sebaceous apparatus while HS does not. 13,14 The continued publication of case reports of the follicular occlusion triad also suggest that co-occurrence is rare.…”
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“…[9][10][11][12] Clinical manifestations and response to treatment, however, remain very different, e.g., acne prominently involves the sebaceous apparatus while HS does not. 13,14 The continued publication of case reports of the follicular occlusion triad also suggest that co-occurrence is rare.…”
Section: Nosologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Finally, the possible pathogenic role of androgens is further confounded by early reports suggesting that testosterone can be used in the treatment of hidradenitis. 9 The exact role of androgens in HS therefore remains to be established.…”
Section: Hormonal Factorsmentioning
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