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Truncal Acne

M/22, c/o. eruptions since 1 week with on and off mild pain, no itching. spot dx rx..

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Truncal acne Treatment- Topical benzoyl peroxide 2.5% in the night.

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Body acne ,isotroin 20mg od in pulsed manner for week then stop , otherwise pt will develope cracked lips of hypervitaminosis A , Salicylic wash , adaplene and clindamycin for topical use ,azithromycin 500mg od for 3 days then repeat weekly

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Yes acnes Rx tab isotrentoin20mg1od for couple of months and clindamycineoint twice+adaphelene oint twice daily Nd tab azithromycin250mg once daily5daysthanalternately

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Acne Isotretinoin 20 mg od for 3 months Clean area with diluted betadine lotion and calamine lotion locally than clindamycin+ adapalene oint bd. Tab azithromycin 500mg od for 5 day. Levocet 5mg for itching sos Multivitamins and antioxidants orally. Clean face with water thrice daily.

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Acne valgaris Cap Doxt 1 100 mg BD x 10days Then OD x 10days Nadoxin plus cream for LA Avoid constipation and indigestion Avoid oilly and spicy food and intake more water & veg

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Acne/Acniform Eruption. Tab Azithromicin 500mg OD×5 days then every alternate day×5, Cleargel Niko to apply locally, Vitamin B complex

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Acnae Valgaris Oint Clindamycin locally bd,Cap Doxycycline 100mg 1 Od ,Tab Vit BComplex 1od for 15 Day's

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Ínflammatory purpura... folicacid + acetaminophen .CRP should be done to exclude present or past ínflammatory process

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Acne or AcneiformEruption

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Gel.benzoheal 5 Crm.clobetasole. Tab.livocetrizine Cap.edomeprazole 30mg bd Cap.xtrayuth 4g od Lotion.ketoedge Soap.ketoalm Further better treatment contact to dermatologist

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ACNE .. ISOTRETINOIN ORALLY USEFUL.. AZITHROMYCIN 250MG OD x 5days SELF CARE..

Tnx a lot Dr Partha Sarathi Sahana sir
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