Acne and Rosacea
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Comedones (clogged pores) are caused by a build of “dirt” within the pores.
The dark color seen in open comedones is the result of ___________.
The bacteria which causes the inflammation seen in acne (P. acnes) prefers a _________ environment.
Patients with severe acne always have higher androgen levels than those with mild acne.
Antibiotics can help acne by ___________.
Washing aggressively has been proven to decrease acne inflammation.
The inflammation seen in Rosacea ___________.
In comparison to Acne, the underlying cause of Rosacea is _____________.
The mere presence of widespread telangiectasias is a sign of Rosacea.
Ocular Rosacea is usually managed by ___________.
Patients with Rosacea often find that they are _____ sensitive to products like preservatives, fragrances, and alpha-hydroxy acids.
In Rosacea, the exact manner in which topical antibiotics (e.g. “Metrogel) work is ___________.
There is no “cure” for Rosacea.