Explore the latest in acne, including advances in understanding the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of the disease in adolescents and adults.
This survey study explores the degree of stigma toward individuals with acne and whether these attitudes vary based on characteristics of the individuals with acne or of the survey participants.
This meta-analysis clarifies the risk of suicide and psychiatric disorders among isotretinoin users.
This cross-sectional study investigates the structural validity, internal consistency, and construct validity of the DermSat-7 questionnaire, which measures treatment satisfaction in patients with acne.
This systematic review evaluates the data behind the use of oral nutraceuticals in the treatment of patients with acne vulgaris.
This systematic review and meta-analysis analyzes the risk of acne associated with Janus kinase (JAK) inhibitors across published phase 2 and 3 placebo-controlled randomized clinical trials of JAK inhibitors.
This JAMA Dermatology Patient Page discusses isotretinoin for treatment of acne.
This cross-sectional study uses data from the Truven MarketScan Commercial Claims Database for 2017 through 2020 to assess prescribing patterns for systemic acne treatments.
This systematic review examines the demographic characteristics, clinical presentations, treatments, and outcomes of patients receiving tumor necrosis factor–α inhibitors (TNFis) to treat acne and patients who develop acne following treatment of other conditions with TNFis.
This Viewpoint examines the inconsistencies in classification of cosmetic vs medical care and offers potential solutions to the issue of payers not providing coverage for skin conditions that have psychosocial effects.
This systematic review assesses inclusion of patient-reported outcome measures in randomized clinical trials on acne and rosacea treatments and the use of such measures as a primary outcome.
This qualitative study examines how patients with facial and truncal acne or acne scars relate to their condition personification exercise.
This qualitative study examines patient-reported outcome measures used in the treatment of patients with acne.
This consensus statement develops recommendations on isotretinoin laboratory monitoring based on existing data and international board-certified dermatologist acne experts.
This systematic review evaluates the standards of evidence used in patient-reported outcome measures assessing health-related quality of life for patients with acne.
This JAMA Patient Page describes acne and the various forms of treatment for this skin condition.
This review summarizes the characteristics of comedonal, inflammatory, and nodulocystic acne and describes current methods of treatment.
This qualitative study examines the lived experience of acne and its treatment among a cohort of 50 women.
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