Acne

Acne is a common disease, in part genetically determined, observed especially during pubertara, but also in adults. It is a disease in which coexist polimorfa retention and inflammatory lesions are often on a leather seboreica.

Acne treatment must take into account the type of acne: retention, or joint inflammation, the intensity and seriousness, the Triggers of any association or other diseases. At the onset of disease lesions retention is reduced clinical picture may be insignificant but the treatment is sometimes difficult.

It is essential that the patient is guided towards the dermatologist, to discuss with the patient, and to explain the evolution of the disease and eradicate preconceived ideas.

Dermatology defines and establishes the potential severity depending on the therapeutic strategy. Of acne lesions induce an increased reactivity to emotional instability, stress, and even dismorfofobie. The dermatologist must be prepared to treat the disease but also to behavioral changes deceleze to take on the psychological support of the patient or to use aid psychologist or psychiatrist.

Acne is a common disease, in part genetically determined, observed especially during pubertara, but also in adults. It is a disease in which coexist polimorfa retention and inflammatory lesions are often on a leather seboreica.

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