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(Acne vulgaris)
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  • Trace element zinc and skin disorders. [Review]
    Front Med (Lausanne). 2022; 9:1093868.Zou P, Du Y, … Cao Y
  • Zinc is a necessary trace element and an important constituent of proteins and other biological molecules. It has many biological functions, including antioxidant, skin and mucous membrane integrity maintenance, and the promotion of various enzymatic and transcriptional responses. The skin contains the third most zinc in the organism. Zinc deficiency can lead to a range of skin diseases. Except f…
  • A Comparative Clinical and Laboratory Study of Adolescent and Adult Acne in Iraqi Women. [Journal Article]
    Cureus. 2022 Dec; 14(12):e32866.Dhaher SA, Hamdan A, Alyasin ZT
  • Background Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory disease of the pilosebaceous units associated with long-term sequelae and complications. Currently, acne in women is classified into adolescent and post-adolescent forms. However, comparative studies evaluating the clinical and laboratory parameters across various age groups in women with acne are lacking. The aim of the study is to compar…
  • Optimal blue light irradiation conditions for the treatment of acne vulgaris in a mouse model. [Journal Article]
    J Photochem Photobiol B. 2023 Feb; 239:112651.Nakayama E, Kushibiki T, … Azuma R
  • CONCLUSIONS: In conclusion, blue light could control severe dermatologic inflammatory responses; therefore, it can be used to irradiate AV with high inflammation levels on a daily basis until improvement is observed. In addition, porphyrin, a metabolite of Cutibacterium acnes, and reactive oxygen species generated by the surrounding skin tissue may have essential roles in AV treatment.
  • Insulin Resistance and Acne: The Role of Metformin as Alternative Therapy in Men. [Review]
    Pharmaceuticals (Basel). 2022 Dec 26; 16(1)Andreadi A, Muscoli S, … Lauro D
  • The association between acne and insulin resistance has not been investigated as thoroughly in males as it has been in women, despite the fact that in adult men, acne prevalence has grown. On the face, sebaceous glands produce and secrete sebum, which lubricates the skin and protects it from friction. Metformin, an insulin-sensitizing medication, may modify the association between acne vulgaris a…
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