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- Retrospective study on the safety and tolerability of clinical treatments with a novel thermomechanical ablation device on 150 patients.
- Activity of nadifloxacin, and three other antimicrobial agents against cutibacterium acnes isolated from patients with acne vulgaris.
- Narrow band ultraviolet B versus red light-emitting diodes in the treatment of facial acne vulgaris: A randomized controlled trial.
- Cutibacterium acnes tetracycline resistance profile in patients with acne vulgaris, in a Colombian dermatologic center.
- Inflammatory markers in acne vulgaris: Saliva as a novel diagnostic fluid.
- Construction and evaluation of a deep learning model for assessing acne vulgaris using clinical images.
- Increased prevalence of doxycycline low-susceptible cutibacterium acnes isolated from acne patients in Japan caused by antimicrobial use and diversification of tetracycline resistance factors.
- Low-dose isotretinoin vs. minocycline in the treatment of rosacea.
- Dermoscopy of papulopustular rosacea and comparison of dermoscopic features in patients with or without concomitant Demodex folliculorum.
- Intralesional photodynamic therapy in hidradenitis suppurativa: Getting closer to the target.
- Factors related to the onset and recurrence of flares in hidradenitis suppurativa patients treated with adalimumab.
- Evaluation of the changes in sebum, moisturization and elasticity in acne vulgaris patients receiving systemic isotretinoin treatment.
- The efficacy of intense pulse light among patients with skin type III-IV in acute facial acne: The Malaysian experience.
- Features associated with quality of life impairment in hidradenitis suppurativa patients.
- Ultrasound-guided de-roofing of epithelialised tunnels of hidradenitis suppurativa.
- Scleral discoloration because of minocycline use: A case report and review of the literature.
- Cutibacterium acnes: Much ado about maybe nothing much.
- Complex decongestive therapy in the physical therapist management of rosacea-related edema (Morbus Morbihan Syndrome): A case report with a new approach.
- British Association of Dermatologists guidelines for the management of people with rosacea 2021.
- Epidermal growth factor modulates palmitic acid-induced inflammatory and lipid signaling pathways in SZ95 sebocytes.
- Dysbiotic gut microbiota in inflammatory rosacea patients: Another clue towards the existence of a brain-gut-skin axis.