No adverse event in psychiatric disorders under isotretinoin

That's reassuring: a recent and large study has revealed that no more psychiatric disorders in a group of more than 30000 patients treated with isotretinoin for acne than in the group that was not treated. This should be considered particularly as affected patients are mostly young at the age of development. To read here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bjd.21049 Information about

Information around rosacea by Dr. Okamoto

Acne rosacea, or just simply rosacea, is a type of acne affecting adults commonly after adolescence. The course is typically divided in 3 phases with reddening, papules and pustules on the chin, cheeks and nose. Sometimes the conjunctiva of the eyes can be affected. These alterations are not only visible and therefore disturbing, they can also lead to

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