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Acne
Symposium at the World Congress of Dermatology Paris, July, 2002

Editors

Ch.C. Zouboulis, Berlin M.I. Herane, Santiago de Chile D.Thiboutot, Hershey, Pa.

24 figures, 16 in color, and 18 tables, 2003

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Editors: Christos C. Zouboulis Department of Dermatology University Medical Center BenjaminFranklin The Free University of Berlin Fabeckstrasse 60–62 14195 Berlin (Germany) Tel. 49-30-84456910 Fax 49-30-84456908 E-mail zouboulis@medizin.fu-berlin.de Department of Dermatology West Unit University of Chile Hospital San Juan de Dios Guardia Vieja 255 of. 901 Providencia, Santiago (Chile) Tel. 56-2-3310449 Fax 56-2-3310450 E-mail giderm@yahoo.es Department of Dermatology Milton Hershey MedicalCenter Pennsylvania State University P.O. Box 850 Hershey, PA 17033 (USA) Tel. 1-717-531-8307 Fax 1-171-531-4821 E-mail dthiboutot@psu.edu

Maria Isabel Herane

Diane Thiboutot

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Contents

4 Editorial: Current and Future Aspects on Acne Zouboulis, Ch.C. (Berlin); Herane, M.I. (Santiago); Thiboutot, D. (Hershey, Pa.)

5 Foreword and Critical Remarks Strauss, J.S. (Iowa City, Iowa)

7 Epidemiology of Acne Dreno, B. (Nantes); Poli, F. (Créteil) 11 Comedogenesis: Some Aetiological, Clinical and Therapeutic Strategies Cunliffe, W.J.; Holland, D.B.;Clark, S.M.; Stables, G.I. (Leeds) 17 New Aspects in Acne Inflammation Toyoda, M.; Morohashi, M. (Toyama) 24 Acne in Infancy and Acne Genetics Herane, M.I. (Santiago); Ando, I. (Kawasaki) 29 Topical Treatment in Acne. Current Status and Future Aspects Gollnick, H.P.M.; Krautheim, A. (Magdeburg) 37 Update and Future of Systemic Acne Treatment Zouboulis, Ch.C. (Berlin); Piquero-Martin, J. (Caracas)54 Propionibacterium acnes Resistance: A Worldwide Problem Eady, E.A. (Leeds); Gloor, M. (Karlsruhe); Leyden, J.J. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 57 Update and Future of Hormonal Therapy in Acne Thiboutot, D. (Hershey, Pa.); Chen, W. (Tainan) 68 Less Common Methods to Treat Acne Kaminsky, A. (Buenos Aires)

74 Author Index 74 Subject Index

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Editorial: Current and Future Aspects on Acne

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