The management of acne vulgaris in primary care: a cohort study of consulting and prescribing patterns using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink.

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BACKGROUND Effective management of acne vulgaris in primary care involves support (usually provided over a number of consultations) and prescription of effective treatments. However, consulting and prescribing patterns for acne in primary care are not well described. OBJECTIVES To describe the rate of primary-care consultations and follow-up consultations… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/bjd.15081

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@article{Francis2017TheMO, title={The management of acne vulgaris in primary care: a cohort study of consulting and prescribing patterns using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink.}, author={Nick Francis and Keith Entwistle and Miriam Santer and Alison Layton and E A Eady and Christopher Collett Butler}, journal={The British journal of dermatology}, year={2017}, volume={176 1}, pages={107-115} }