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What is Acne?

Description of the disease

Acne is an inflammatory skin condition that manifests as eruptions, predominantly on the face, back, and chest. They can range in severity from simple blackheads to large, painful, inflamed pustules.


  • Comedones (blackheads and whiteheads)
  • Papules and pustules (superficial inflammations)
  • Deep-seated inflammations and cysts


Symptoms of acne may include eruptions on the skin, either individually or in clusters, inflammation, pain, and discomfort. Acne can also lead to scarring and skin pigmentation.


The causes of acne can be diverse: excessive sebum production, pore blockage, bacterial infection, hormonal changes, stress, improper diet, etc.


Acne diagnosis is based on external examination of the skin, sometimes requiring additional examination by a dermatologist.


Treatment of acne may include the use of topical agents, systemic medications, and cosmetic procedures. It is important to approach treatment individually, taking into account the specific characteristics of each patient.


To prevent the appearance of acne, it is recommended to maintain proper skin care, healthy eating, avoid stress, and regularly cleanse the skin.


For consultation regarding acne, it is advisable to see a dermatologist.

Note: This material is provided exclusively for informational purposes and is not medical advice.