ACNE. BY DR. MARWA ELBADAWY,MD. Factors involved in acne development. Inflammatory Factors in Acne. 1) Acne vulgaris: a- May affect palms and soles. b- Is a disease of sweat glands. c- Commonly affects the scalp. d- Is a disease of adolescents.
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a- A disease of the pilosebaceous apparatus.
b- A disease which commonly affects the face.
c- A disease which can be treated by oral tetracyclines.
d- All of the above.
e- None of the above.
4) Mucous membrane affection may occur in all of the following EXCEPT:
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a- Animal scabies.
b- Pediculosis capitis.
c- Phthyrus pubis.
d- Acne vulgaris.