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Skin Disease: Acne – AAMCH

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Addis Ababa Medical College – Hargeisa Branch

Skin Disease: Acne

November 23rd, 2016

Acne is a disorder of the sebaceous glands of the skin. Depending on the severity of the acne makes vulgaris (common acne) felt by an oily skin with pimples, pustules and blackheads. Acne is one of the most common skin diseases. Zits and pimples on the face, neck and decollete occur of ordinary acne with the onset of puberty. Usually the skin disease disappear after puberty by alone again.

The pimples, which are typical of acne, caused by inflammation of the sebaceous glands in the skin. There are different forms of acne and acne on the back, under the armpits, or even in the genital or gluteal region can occur depending on the shape and curve. Acne acne occurs when symptoms most often on the face, neck or decollete. The typical characteristics of an acne have pimples, blackheads and pustules and a greasy skin. Usually the skin improves again with the end of puberty. The symptoms of Acne can be pronounced differently.

The Zits and pimples occur, that the skin’s sebaceous glands produce excessive sebum, therefore clog and then become inflamed. The acne is very pronounced, arise from this inflammatory nodules, crusts, abscesses and scars. Often these infections are painful. Treatment of acne treatment for acne is tedious and usually only shows first successes after a longer period of treatment. The treatment of acne depends on its present form and the severity of the skin condition. Often several methods of treatment over a longer period must be tried to find an effective means. To prevent scars, should start treating it as far as possible in the early stages. To reduce the excessive sebum of the pores and to combat the inflammation or bacterial infection and to disinfect the skin is essential in the treatment of acne. “The complete InfoBox Acne” to do this, see