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Last Updated: 05 November 2022

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Myofibroblasts, B Cells, and Mast Cells in Different Types of Long-Standing Acne Scars

The exact mechanisms involved in various scar appearances have yet to be determined, although the actual mechanisms involved in various scar formation processes have still haven't been elucidated. B-cell infiltration was minimal and found in only 23% of all acne scar specimens. Interestingly, mast cells were found in all specimens, from minimal to high density, and a large number of mast cells in acne scars were attributed to obesity. In conclusion, myofibroblasts are particularly abundant in hypertrophic acne scarring and mast cells, but not B cells, and not B cells can play a significant role in long-standing acne scars.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000524566


Public Interest in Acne on the Internet: Comparison of Search Information From Google Trends and Naver

Acne vulgaris is a common skin disorder that mostly affects young adults. Using Google Trends from January 2004 to August 2019, we compared the search results on acne vulgaris with those of other dermatological disorders. We also established the search volumes for common keywords of acne vulgaris on Google and Naver, as well as evaluated the quality of responses to the questions in KnowledgeiN. The patients' interest in acne vulgaris was higher than that for other dermatological disorders, such as atopic dermatitis and urticaria, and has increased yearly, according to a regression analysis of Google Trends. acne vulgaris searches were much higher in the summer than in the spring and on weekends than on weekdays. Both online and in the clinic, physicians should be aware of patients's inquietions and assumptions about acne vulgaris to ensure the best patient education and care.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.2196/19427


The Skin Microbiome in Patients with Acne Vulgaris

Propionibacterium acnes and acne vulgaris has long been known, but no research has investigated the complete facial skin microbiota of acne-affected patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33590/emjdermatol/10310267


Significance of Diet and Oral Supplementation in Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris is one of the world's most common skin disorders. According to recent studies, there could be a correlation between acne, diet, and nutritional supplements. Researchers have found that acne can be exacerbated by milk and dairy products, as well as a diet low in omega-3 fatty acids. On the other hand, there is also a belief that oral supplementation can be helpful.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33590/emjdermatol/10312897


A STUDY OF CLINICAL PATTERN OF ACNE VULGARIS PATIENTS PRESENTING IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL

Objective: To investigate the clinical pattern of acne vulgaris in patients attending a tertiary care hospital. A total of 203 consecutive patients with acne vulgaris attending dermatology OPD were included. For data entry and analysis, MS Excel was used. 21-25 y followed by 16-20 y, the most common age group impacted was 16-20 y. The facial area with the most involvement in acne was the face followed by the trunk. Arms and the neck were less affected areas. The majority of patients had Grade 2 acne, followed by Grade 3 and Grade 4, and Grade 4 and Grade 4. Acknowledgement of acne in females was present before the age of 30. In 36 patients, a premenstrual flare was present. In 28 patients, seborrheic dermatitis is the most common problem with acne. Conclusion: The clinical pattern of acne vulgaris in a tertiary care hospital in Assam was revealed by this research.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22159/ijpps.2022v14i11.45824


OXIDATIVE STRESS IN ACNE VULGARIS

The purpose of our investigation is to determine the role of oxidative stress in acne vulgaris' pathogenesis. SOD's activity was found to be decreased and the level of MDA was found to be elevated in acne patients relative to healthy people, triggering increased oxidative stress in Acne vulgaris patients. Conclusion: Our report found that oxidative stress plays a role in Acne vulgaris' pathogenesis, and that antioxidant therapy can be used as a part of therapy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22159/ijpps.2022v14i11.45967


Editor’s Pick: The Role of Toll-Like Receptors and Antimicrobial Peptides in the Pathogenesis of Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris is a chronic infectious disease of the pilosebaceous unit. Various pathogenic micro-organisms on the skin and these proteins result in multiple immunological responses, including Toll-like receptors and antimicrobial peptides. Toll-like receptors and antimicrobial peptides play a key role in AV pathogenesis, and further research of these can lead to improvements in treatment.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33590/emjdermatol/10310979


Editor’s Pick: Hidradenitis Suppurativa (Acne Inversa): A Review of Aetiopathogenesis and Management

Hidradenitis suppurativa/acne inversa is a debilitating, chronic, revolving inflammatory disease attributed to the emergence of painful nodules and absces in addition to persistently draining sinus tubes. hidradenitis suppurativa remains a significant issue for the clinician, even with the development of leadership techniques. To achieve the most beneficial result, a collaborative approach to problem management involving the dermatologist and plastic surgeon is required.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.33590/emjdermatol/10310876

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