Neena Khanna (Editor-in-Chief) MD
Professor, Department of Dermatology and Venereology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
Raj Kubba (Guest Editor) MBBS MRCP (UK) FRCP (Canada) FRCP
(Edinburgh) Diplomate American Board of Dematology
Delhi Dermatology Group, New Delhi , India; Department of Dermatology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, USA
This book is the first volume in the World Clinics: Dermatology series. It provides dermatologists with the most recent developments in the treatment of acne and associated disorders.
Beginning with an introduction to the pathogenesis of acne and the role of microbiology, the following chapters discuss associated aspects including the role of nutrition, acne and PCOS, adult acne, and acne co-morbidities.
The following sections discuss different treatments for acne including light and laser therapy, and a complete chapter is dedicated to the management of acne scars.
With contributions from internationally recognised experts from through Europe and the USA, this useful guide includes more than seventy clinical photographs and tables, as well as extensive references in each chapter.
- Provides dermatologists with most recent developments in diagnosis and treatment of acne
- Covers numerous associated conditions
- Chapter dedicated to management of acne scars
- International author team from Europe, the USA and Asia
Table of Contents
What’s New in Acne Pathogenesis
The Role of Microbiology and Biofilms in Acne
The Sebaceous Gland and Its Role as an Endocrine Organ
Nutrient and Growth Factor Signalling in Acne Sensed by FoxO1 and mTORC1
Acne and PCOS
Acne Expression and Management in Indians
Update of Oral Isotretinoin in Acne Treatment
Current Role of Light and Laser Therapy in Acne
Evaluation and Management of Acne Scars
Acneiform Drug Eruptions
The Role of Dermocosmetics in Modern Acne Treatment