A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TOPICAL RETINOIDS ADAPALENE VS TAZAROTENE IN THE TREATMENT OF ACNE VULGARIS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 6255-6269
AbstractBackground: Acne Vulgaris is widespread among teens. Acne isn't fatal, but it can be debilitating. Acne scarring can cause low self-esteem, social impairment, and rage.
Material and Methods: For the aforementioned study, 50 patients of either sex were enrolled and randomly assigned. The investigation was a single-blind, randomized, open-prospective clinical trial. It was conducted from September 2021 to August 2022, in the atDVL Dept., RVM Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center, Laxmakkapally (V), Mulugu (M), Siddipet (D), Telangana- 502279, India.
Results:Many cosmetically aware teens about to marry sought treatment, however light. In this study, acne prevalence is directly related to sebaceous activity. 31% of patients had familial acne vulgaris. Acne is hereditary. 15% of women had pre-menstrual flare-ups attributable to pre-menstrual changes in pilosebaceous epithelium hydration.
Conclusion: This study found that men were more likely than women to have acne vulgaris. Regardless of gender, the age range of 15-20 years saw an increased incidence. In this study, it was shown that students had a noticeable incidence of acne vulgaris. The study's triggering elements were more prevalent in male patients.
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