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DU PA Acne and Warts

Duke PA Acne and Warts

what is acne common inflammatory disease of the hair follicles and sebu-producing glands of the skin
blackheads open comedones
whiteheads closed comedones
red bumps inflammatory papules
puss bumps pustules
deep, painful knots cysts
medications that increase cell turnover, prevent new comedone formation retinoids
examples of retinoids tretinoin(Retin A, Retin A Micro, Atrilin)adapalene-(differin), tazarotene (tazorac)
antikeratinizing, antibacterial and antiiflammatory azelaic acid (finacea, Azelex)
the workhorse of acne benzoyl peroxide
what is a double comedone two blackhead right beside each other
double comedone is the hallmark for what hidradenitis suppurativa
common agents of hot tub folliculitis P. aeruginosa
when you see comedone you think acne, when you don't see comedones but everything else makes you think acne it may be rosacea
characterized by redness, flushing, papules, telangectasia rosacea
absolute "no no" for perioral dermatitis topical steroids
Created by: bwyche