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Seasonality of acne severity in Korean patients: data from a dermatologic clinic and military hospital.

Although seasonal patterns of acne have been suspected clinically, there are limited and conflicting researches on whether disease flares follow seasonality.[1, 2] Western dermatologists have suggested that acne improves in summer and worsens in winter.[1] However, there are reported cases of acne worsening in summer, and per our personal experience, the number of patients presenting with acne increases during summer. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.


Safety and Efficacy of Topically Applied Selected Cutibacterium acnes Strains over Five Weeks in Patients with Acne Vulgaris: An Open-label, Pilot Study.

Imbalance in skin microflora, particularly related to certain Cutibacterium acnes strains, may trigger acne. Application of non-acne-causing strains to the skin may modulate the skin microbiome and thereby lead to a reduction in acne. This pilot study evaluates the safety and efficacy of microbiome modulation on acne-prone skin. The study had 2 phases: active induction (5% benzoyl peroxide gel, 7 days) and interventional C. acnes strains treatment (5 weeks). Patients were randomized to either topical skin f...

Integrated targeted serum metabolomic profile and its association with gender, age, disease severity, and pattern identification in acne.

Westernized diet and nutritional metabolism are important in acne pathogenesis, especially in adult patients. However, clinical and basic data are lacking. Pattern identification (PI) is a tool that results in a diagnostic conclusion based on a cluster of concurrent symptoms and signs in traditional medicine. Acne can be classified by PI. However, whether the metabolomic profile differs according to the PI of acne is unknown. Metabolomic data would help clarify the pathogenesis of acne.


Cutibacterium acnes Type II strains are associated with acne in Chinese patients.

Acne is a common inflammatory skin disease, especially in adolescents. Certain Cutibacterium acnes subtypes are associated with acne, although more than one subtype of C. acnes strains may simultaneously reside on the surface of the skin of an individual. To better understand the relationship between the genomic characteristics of C. acnes subtypes and acnes, we collected 50 C. acnes strains from the facial skin of 10 people (5 healthy individuals, 5 patients with acne) in Liaoning, China and performed whol...

The Treatment of Acne Scars, a 30-Year Journey.

Over the past 30 years, the treatment of acne scars has undergone changes that have been significantly influenced by the concurrent development of new devices. The advent of fractional resurfacing lasers was a watershed moment for acne scarring therapy. The author recounts a career history of considerations of acne scarring treatments as well as the literature supporting the experiences causing changes in practice. Fractional ablative and nonablative lasers, sublative radiofrequency, picosecond lasers, mic...

Comparative analysis of β-hexosaminidase and acid phosphatase from Hydra vulgaris Ind-Pune, H. vulgaris Naukuchiatal and H. magnipapillata sf-1: Localization studies of acid phosphatase and β-hexosaminidase from H. vulgaris Ind-Pune.

The present report describes a comprehensive study on comparative biochemical characterization of two lysosomal enzymes, acid phosphatase and β-hexosaminidase in three different strains of Hydra; Hydra vulgaris Ind-Pune, H. vulgaris Naukuchiatal and H. magnipapillata sf-1 (self-feeder-1). Since morphology and habitat of Hydra effect lysosomal enzymes and their response to environmental pollutants, it would be interesting to identify them in different Hydra strains so as to use them as toxicity testing. Pre...

Tretinoin 0.05% Lotion for the Once-Daily Treatment of Moderate and Severe Acne Vulgaris in Females: Effect of Age on Efficacy and Tolerability

BACKGROUND: While it is generally considered to be a disease of adolescence, acne affects an increasing number of adults, especially women. Although data exist on the use of retinoids in adult females, there is no universal agreement as to the age of onset of adult female acne, or data on the efficacy and tolerability dependent on age. A novel tretinoin 0.05% lotion formulation has been shown to be effective and well-tolerated in acne patients with moderate or severe disease. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the saf...

Demographic, clinical, and scintigraphic comparison of patients affected by palmoplantar pustulosis and severe acne: a retrospective study.

Synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis, and osteitis (SAPHO) syndrome encompasses heterogeneous dermatological manifestations, mainly palmoplantar pustulosis (PPP) and severe acne (SA). This study aims to explore the necessity of stratified management according to skin lesions.

An integrated RNA-Seq and network study reveals the effect of nicotinamide on adrenal androgen synthesis.

Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin resulting from androgen-induced increased sebum production and altered keratinization. Nicotinamide (NAM), an amide form of vitamin B3 with a well-established safety profile, has shown good therapeutic potential in treating acne and its complications. NAM has anti-inflammatory effects and reduces sebum but its function in androgen biosynthesis remains unknown. In this study, we used a widely used cell model, starved human adrenal NCI-H295R cells, t...

Acne and rosacea: What's new for treatment?

Acne and rosacea are two well-known chronic skin diseases in dermatology. There are many known therapeutic options of both diseases, but new treatment agents and therapeutic advances come to the agenda day by day. We would like to summarize new treatment advances for acne and rosacea diseases. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Severe Acne and Metabolic Syndrome: A Possible Correlation.

Chronic inflammatory skin diseases have been shown to increase or predispose metabolic or vascular damage. However, little is known about systemic effects of the pro-inflammatory state of severe acne. We analyzed data of 85 patients at Lipid Outpatient Clinics (UNIFESP/EPM) who were treated for metabolic syndrome (MS). Medical history and physical examinations were performed in order to search characteristics of acne scars.

Microcomedones in non-lesional acne prone skin New orientations on comedogenesis and its prevention.

In non-lesional skin of acne patients, cyanoacrylate skin surface stripping can harvest a structure called microcomedone (MC) which is the earliest phase of comedogenesis; the root of any subsequent clinical lesion and a target for the prevention of acne-relapses. More information is needed on the putative biochemical contributors (biomarkers) of comedogenesis expressed in MC.

The role of exposome in acne: results from an international patient survey.

Acne severity and its response to treatment may be influenced by internal and external factors: the exposome.

A Cautionary Report of Doxycycline-induced Autoimmune Hepatitis.

Although well-described with minocycline, there have been no cases linking doxycycline to the rare but serious adverse event of drug-induced autoimmune hepatitis. We report a case of doxycycline-induced autoimmune hepatitis in the setting of chronic systemic tetracycline therapy for acne vulgaris.

Development and accuracy of an artificial intelligence algorithm for acne grading from smartphone photographs.

We developed an artificial intelligence algorithm (AIA) for smartphones to determine the severity of facial acne using the GEA scale and to identify different types of acne lesion (comedonal, inflammatory) as well as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIHP) or residual hyperpigmentation. Overall, 5972 images (face, right and left profiles) obtained with smartphones (IOS and/or Android) from 1072 acne patients were collected. Three trained dermatologists assessed the acne severity for each patient. One acn...

Acne from the young patient's perspective.

Acne may significantly impact quality of life (QOL), self-esteem and self-worth. The aim of this paper was to provide an overview of the knowledge and perception of acne and its risk factors in adolescents and young adults. The most critical issues reported for an optimal management of this specific population were identified. A PubMed literature review of results from patient-oriented surveys published between 2007 and 2018 was conducted. Two different types of survey were used: those using either validate...

Multimodal Clinical Imaging Assessment of the Outcome in Mild-to-Moderate Acne: A Prospective Study.

The quality of outcome assessment in acne studies has been either subjective/insufficient or time consuming through the ordinary lesion counting.

Long-term safety and efficacy of trifarotene 50μg/g cream, a first-in-class RAR-γ selective topical retinoid, in patients with moderate facial and truncal acne.

Treatment for both facial and truncal acne has not sufficiently been studied.

Abnormal liver function tests in acne patients receiving isotretinoin.

Isotretinoin is an efficacious treatment option for severe acne. Although isotretinoin often causes mild liver enzyme elevation, how acne patients should be monitored on isotretinoin therapy is not well characterized. The purpose of this study was to assess the management and clinical outcome of acne patients with abnormal aspartate transaminase (AST) and alanine aminotransferase (ALT) when receiving isotretinoin. A retrospective chart review was conducted in acne subjects with abnormal AST and ALT levels...

Treatment of atrophic acne scars using autologous platelet-rich plasma vs combined subcision and autologous platelet-rich plasma: A split-face comparative study.

Multiple therapeutic approaches are usually required when treating atrophic acne scars. Subcision was reported to be of value in improving rolling scars. Autologous platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has recently been proposed as an adjuvant treatment option for atrophic acne scars with few reports evaluating its efficacy.

Growth behavior, glucose consumption and phenol removal efficiency of Chlorella vulgaris under the synergistic effects of glucose and phenol.

The use of algae is an effective approach to remove phenol and its derivatives from polluted water. The growth behavior, glucose consumption and phenol removal efficiency of Chlorella vulgaris under the synergistic effects of glucose and phenol were investigated. The evolutions of tolerance and removal efficiency of C. vulgaris to phenol under different trophic modes and glucose contents were observed. The results revealed that growth of C. vulgaris were inhibited with the increase of phenol from 0 to 400...

The Clinical Utility of Laboratory Monitoring During Isotretinoin Therapy for Acne and Changes to Monitoring Practices Over Time.

Due to concerns about hypertriglyceridemia, liver enzyme abnormalities, and leukopenia during isotretinoin therapy for acne, patients are often followed closely with routine laboratory monitoring, although the value of this practice has been questioned.

The prevalence of heterozygous CYP21A2 deficiency in patients with idiopathic acne, hirsutism, or both.

The purpose of this study is to assess the prevalence of heterozygous CYP21A2 mutation and analyze its correlation with clinical manifestation in patients with acne, hirsutism, or both.

Specific quantification of Scenedesmus obliquus and Chlorella vulgaris in mixed-species algal biofilms.

Two TaqMan® qPCR assays were developed to specifically quantify the absolute abundance of Scenedesmus obliquus and Chlorella vulgaris in mixed-species algal biofilms by targeting the psbA gene. Standard curves were developed with amplification efficiencies of 92.4% and 96.6% for S. obliquus and C. vulgaris, respectively, and an R value of 0.99 for both. Calibration curves for estimating absolute cell abundances resulted in slopes of 0.98 and 1.11 for C. vulgaris and S. obliquus, respectively, and an R valu...

Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects and mechanism of action of borneol on photodynamic therapy of acne.

This study aims to explore the analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of borneol, a traditional Chinese medicine, on photodynamic treatment of acne. Here, we found that borneol significantly decreased the auricular swelling rate and pain threshold of rats. We also showed that borneol noticeably reduced macrophage and lymphocyte infiltration. The number of Th cells was significantly higher in the control PDT group than in the PDT plus borneol treatment group (P < 0.05). The expression of IL-6, TNF-α, and I...


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