Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Acne vulgaris

Acne vulgaris (acne or) is a common human disease of the skin (papules) with areas of skin with seborrhea (flaky red skin), comedones (blackheads), papules (pinheads), pustules (pimples), nodules, and possibly from scarring. Acne primarily affects the skin of dense population of sebaceous glands, these areas include the face, upper chest and back. Severe inflammatory acne, acne, but can also be found in noninflammatory forms. The lesions are demanding changes in hair pieces, skin texture, from the hair follicle and associated sebaceous glands, changes that cause the stimulation of androgens.

 
Acne usually occurs during puberty, and often into adulthood. Caused during adolescence, acne is usually due to an increase in testosterone levels that occur in people of both sexes during puberty. For most people, acne decreases over time and tends to disappear - or at least reduce -.
In his own early twenties, she has achieved, there is no way to predict how long it will take to disappear entirely, and some people, this state and in their thirties, forties and beyond, to contribute.
 
Some large nodules were previously called "cysts" and the term nodulocystic was used to describe severe cases of inflammatory acne.The "cysts" or boils, which may be accompanied by cystic acne on the buttocks, groin and armpits appear anywhere and everywhere where sweat collects in the hair follicles and sweat ducts.
Cystic acne affects deeper skin tissue than normal acne.

 
In addition to scarring, the main effects of psychological, such as reduced self-esteem, and in extreme cases, depression and suicide. Acne usually appears during adolescence, when people already tend to socially disadvantaged. Early and aggressive treatment, therefore, advocated by some to reduce the overall long-term effects on humans