acne vulgaris


acne vulgaris
s.
acné vulgar.

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  • Acne vulgaris — This article is about a skin disease commonly found during adolescence. For other acneform skin diseases, see Acne (disambiguation). Acne vulgaris Classification and external resources …   Wikipedia

  • Acne vulgaris — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 L70 Akne …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Acne vulgaris — The common form of acne seen most often in teenagers or young adults, acne vulgaris is the result of overactive oil glands that become plugged, red, and inflamed. Most outbreaks of acne can be treated by keeping the skin clear and avoiding… …   Medical dictionary

  • acne vulgaris — acne …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • acne vulgaris — noun the most common form of acne; usually affects people from puberty to young adulthood • Hypernyms: ↑acne …   Useful english dictionary

  • acne vulgaris — noun An inflammatory disease of the skin, caused by changes in the pilosebaceous units. Syn: acne …   Wiktionary

  • Acne vulgaris — Ạcne vulgaris,   Akne …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Угри (Acne), Угри Обыкновенные (Acne Vulgaris) — воспалительное поражение сальных желез. Функционирование сальных желез контролируется содержащимся в организме человека мужским половым гормоном (андрогеном), однако причина появления угрей так до сих пор остается неизвестной. Обычно угри… …   Медицинские термины

  • Acné — Clasificación y recursos externos CIE 10 L70.0 CIE 9 706.1 MedlinePlus …   Wikipedia Español

  • Acne (disambiguation) — Acne is a group of skin rashes that have different causes.* Acne vulgaris most commonly experienced around puberty, typically of the face and shoulders/chest * Cystic acne, a severe form of acne wherein small cysts form. * Acne rosacea a red rash …   Wikipedia

  • acne — vulgaris; n. a common inflammatory disorder of the sebaceous glands. These grease producing glands are under androgen control, but the cause of acne is unknown. It involves the face, back, and chest and is characterized by the presence of… …   The new mediacal dictionary