Factors Involved in the Pathogenesis of Acne and Its Psycho-Social Impact

Septimiu Voidăzan 1 , Reka Toth 1  and Teodora Varo 2
  • 1 Department of Epidemiology, Romania
  • 2 County Emergency Clinical Hospital, Targu Mures, Romania

Abstract

With acne as one of the most common and frequent conditions of young adult patients, we looked for significant associations, associated conditions with influence on the skin condition with the idea of outlining a different approach of the acne patient. With a multifactorial, multi-disciplinary etiopathogeny, the purpose of this study was to highlight the factors involved in the pathogenesis of this condition and to identify those that should be taken into account when prescribing the treatment.

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