Acne vulgaris

@article{Dawson2013AcneV,
  title={Acne vulgaris},
  author={Annelise L Dawson and Robert P Dellavalle},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={346}
}
Acne vulgaris is a common inflammatory skin condition. Although often perceived as a self limited disease of adolescence, its prevalence remains high into adulthood. Nearly 90% of teenagers have acne, and half of them continue to experience symptoms as adults. By age 40 years, 1% of men and 5% of women still have lesions. Recent analyses show an increasing prevalence of acne in children, perhaps because of pubertal onset. Given that acne may persist for decades and require long term therapy… Expand
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