Topical retinoids – Acne vulgaris Pathophysiology and Therapy

ACNE VULGARIS: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
Acne vulgaris is a common dermatological complaint, accounting for over 30% of all visits to dermatologists. It is a multifactorial disease in which genetics and hormonal changes play a role in its development. The clinical lesions of acne develop from several…

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  1. Acne vulgaris is a common dermatological complaint, accounting for over 30% of all visits to dermatologists. It is a multifactorial disease in which genetics and hormonal changes play a role in its development. The clinical lesions of acne develop from several steps, beginning with androgen stimulation of the seba-ceous glands at or around puberty (1).

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