Acneiform Eruptions in Dermatology: A Differential Diagnosis by Shinjita Das M.D., Rachel Reynolds M.D. (auth.), Joshua

By Shinjita Das M.D., Rachel Reynolds M.D. (auth.), Joshua Zeichner (eds.)

Dermatologists in general deal with zits, which impacts forty to 50 million americans every year and approximately eighty five percentage of all sufferers at some point soon of their lives. Dermatologists, basic care medical professionals, and pediatricians see those sufferers on a daily basis in perform. you will need to deal with the outside successfully not just to minimize the chance of actual scarring, but additionally to handle the detrimental psychosocial impression this affliction incorporates. enhancing the outside can enhance self-confidence, interpersonal relationships, and function in class or at paintings.

Acneiform Eruptions in Dermatology is a realistic, full-color consultant to the differential analysis of zits vulgaris and the therapy of acne-like stipulations. it truly is prepared into sections by means of subtype of situation (e.g., infections, genetic syndromes, medication-caused) and features a portion of versions of zits that could be misdiagnosed. in the sections, person chapters speak about each one version of the and start with a important bulleted precis of its defining scientific positive factors. large colour medical photographs seem in the course of the book.

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Combination gels have reduced antibiotic-resistant strains of P. acnes by 97 % [34] and have shown to improve patient adherence to treatment regimens [35]. Side effects of topical antibiotics are limited. The most common adverse effects include reactions at the site of application (erythema, scaling, stinging, or burning); these reactions have been shown to be at least in part dependent on the vehicle formulation [23, 24]. 2 Azelaic Acid The antimicrobial properties of azelaic acid make it another topical treatment option for acne [33].

19. McInturff JE, Modlin RL, Kim J. The role of toll-like receptors in the pathogenesis and treatment of dermatological disease. J Invest Dermatol. 2005;125(1):1–8. Review. 20. Perisho K, Wertz PW, Madison KC, Stewart ME, Downing DT. Fatty acids of acylceramides from comedones and from the skin surface of acne patients and control subjects. J Invest Dermatol. 1988;90(3):350–3. 21. Elias PM, Brown BE, Ziboh VA. The permeability barrier in essential fatty acid deficiency: evidence for a direct role for linoleic acid in barrier function.

19. McInturff JE, Modlin RL, Kim J. The role of toll-like receptors in the pathogenesis and treatment of dermatological disease. J Invest Dermatol. 2005;125(1):1–8. Review. 20. Perisho K, Wertz PW, Madison KC, Stewart ME, Downing DT. Fatty acids of acylceramides from comedones and from the skin surface of acne patients and control subjects. J Invest Dermatol. 1988;90(3):350–3. 21. Elias PM, Brown BE, Ziboh VA. The permeability barrier in essential fatty acid deficiency: evidence for a direct role for linoleic acid in barrier function.

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