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Oily Skin Solution

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21712 Sex hormones and cyproterone acetate

Androgens, such as testosterone, act directly on hair growth and the sebaceous glands this explains juvenile acne during puberty. Because of their anti-androgenic properties, a great many sex hormones, such as many progestins gestagens and estrogens and, in particular, the inhibiting substance cyproterone acetate, have an anti-acne action. This effect is used therapeutically. Most widely

Postmature Baby

Postmature Baby

Vernix caseosa present in a term infant at birth. The vernix caseosa is a fetal product of the sebaceous glands, shed epithelial cells, and hair. It is cheesy-white in appearance and may be liberally caked all over the skin or concentrated in folds like the groins and genitalia, the axilla, or behind the ears. Its presence suggests that the infant is close to term as the vernix disappears with increasing gestational age. The vernix normally is white in color but can alter to a golden-yellow in infants that are meconium-stained from fetal distress or in infants with erythroblastosis fetalis.

Acne Neonatal Fotos

Acne Neonatal Fotos

Infants with acne neonatorum have the typical facial distribution of the comedones seen in acne in adolescence. The chest and back are rarely involved. Neonatal acne appears to develop as a result of maternal androgen stimulation of sebaceous glands that have not yet involuted to their childhood state of immaturity. Acne neonatorum is a common, transitory, self-limiting disorder and should not be mistaken for an infection.

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