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    Dae Hun Suh, editor.
    Summary: This book brings together world-famous acne researchers and specialists to compile a source of comprehensive, state-of-the-art information for management of acne. It examines acne as a chronic skin disease from pathogenesis to treatment. The book covers the clinical aspects of acne, topical treatments, light therapies, environmental factors and more alongside real patient photos from around the world. Treatments that chapters explore include photodynamic therapy and topical retinoids. In addition to genetic and hormonal causes of acne, chapters also include discussions on the connections between acne and diet, and acne and environmental factors. International contributors make this text unique in that it can focus solely on acne but also include international factors. Throughout the text, authors present the most up-to-date knowledge of acne pathophysiology, clinical features, differential diagnosis, treatment, and more. Pathophysiology, in particular, includes information on bacteria, immunity, endocrinologic factors, various deteriorating factors and environmental factors. As for clinical features, adult acne, differences in clinical patterns by region and race, and acne fulminans are covered. Regarding treatment, the latest knowledge on existing treatments or treatment methods, new drugs, and core outcome measures are mentioned. Acne: Current Concepts and Management is written for the dermatologist community from resident to researcher to privately practicing clinician.

    Chapter 1: Update on Cutibacterium acnes
    Chapter 2: Updates in Isotretinoin
    Chapter 3: Developing a Core Outcome Set for Acne Clinical Trials: Towards Standardization and Harmonization
    Chapter 4: Adult Acne Vulgaris
    Chapter 5: Topical Retinoids and Acne.-Chapter 6: New Drug Developments in Acne
    Chapter 7: Scientific Connection between Acne and Diet
    Chapter 8: Photodynamic Therapy for Acne Vulgaris: Mechanism and Clinical Practice
    Chapter 9: Insulin Resistance Associated Acne
    Chapter 10: Acne fulminans
    Chapter 11: Acne and Environmental Factors
    Chapter 12: Acne on Pigmented Skin
    Chapter 13: Up-to-date Therapeutic Approaches for Acne Scars in a Korean Dermatology Clinic
    Chapter 14: Innate and Adaptive Immunity in Acne vulgaris
    Chapter 15: Clinical Features and Differential Diagnosis of Acne Vulgaris
    Chapter 16: Epidemiology of Acne in Latin America and Research News from Brazil
    Chapter 17: Androgens and Acne.
    Digital Access Springer 2021