Severe Acneiform Facial Eruption: An Updated Prevention, Pathogenesis and Management
Chan Kam Tim Michael
Journal Title:Medical & Clinical Research
Acne scarrings and papulopustular rosacea (PPR) are well documented cutaneous condition associated with major psychosocial morbidity. The burden of disease to the family and society is significant. A positive family history is a predictor. Inflammation involved an interplay of body inmate immunity and pro-inflammatory mediators, cytokines, neuropeptides and defence immune response to microbiomes results acneiform eruption. Modern research in molecular biology, neuroimmunology and clinical science enable the practicing physician to understand more about the pathogenesis of this complex skin disease and hence better therapeutic measures and management of the disease.