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ACNE VULGARIS

Shindu Anggraini P
(A102.09.052)
Sita Endhah Iriyanti
(A102.09.053)

introduction

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Acne vulgaris is a common inflammatory


skin condition. Nearly 90% of
teenagers have acne, and half of them
continue to experience symptoms as
adults.1-3 By age 40 years, 1% of men
and 5% of women still have lesions.
Recent analyses show an increasing
prevalence of acne in children,
perhaps because of pubertal onset.

Acne vulgaris is an inflammatory


disorder of the lining pilosebaseus
accompanied the blockage and the
accumulation of keratin materials.
Acne usually arise in the face, neck,
chest and back characterized by
blackheads, palpus, pustules, and
cysts node (Naturakos, 2009).

pathogenesis
Release of inflammatory mediators
into the skin
Follicular hyperkeratinization with
subsequent plugging of the follicle
Propionibacterium acnes follicular
colonization
Excess sebum production

symtom
The disease is characterized by lesions that
vary, although one type of lesion is usually
dominates. Noninflammatory lesions, is
blackheads, can be either open comedones
(blackheads comedones) caused by the
oxidation of melanin, or closed comedones
(whiteheads comedones). Inflammatory
lesions such as papules, pustules, and cysts to
nodes. Scar tissue can be a complication of
non-inflammatory acne and inflammatory
acne (Movita, 2013).

treatmen
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Oil skin
Dry skin
Traditional medicine
Chemical medicine