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Acne vulgaris: pathogenesis and treatment. Consensus of the Polish Dermatological Society

  title={Acne vulgaris: pathogenesis and treatment. Consensus of the Polish Dermatological Society},
  author={Jacek Cezary Szepietowski and Monika Kapinska-Mrowiecka and Andrzej Kaszuba and Andrzej Langner and Waldemar Placek and Hanna Wolska and Łukasz Matusiak},
Acne vulgaris is the most common skin disorder. Taking into consideration the increasing number of available treatment modalities, we attempted to systematize current therapeutic strategies available in Poland. These recommendations were established to help Polish dermatologists care for patients with this disease. In this consensus we describe updated views on the pathogenesis of acne and the eligibility of patients for topical or systemic therapy depending on the severity of clinical… 
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