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The effect of personal, familial, and enviroinmental characteristics on acne vulgaris: a prospective, multicenter, case controlled study from Turkey.

DOI: S0392-0488.17.05532-8  PMID: 28704984  

There are only a few studies about epidemiological features of acne vulgaris in the literature. The aim of this study was to analyze demographic, clinical, familial and environmental characteristics of acne, the role of diet and aggravating factors and association of these factors with acne severity.

Karadağ AS,  Balta İ,  Saricaoğlu H,  Kiliç S,  Kelekçi KH,  Yildirim M,  Arica DA,  Öztürk S,  Karaman G,  Çerman AA,  Bilgili SG,  Turan E,  Demirci MM,  Uzunçakmak TK,  Güvenç SC,  Ataseven A,  Ferahbaş A,  Aksoy B,  Çölgeçen E,  Ekiz Ö,  Topaloğlu Demir F,  Bilgiç Ö,  Çakmak S,  Uçmak D,  Özuğuz P,  Kaymak Konkuralp Y,  Ermertcan AT,  Gökdemir G,  Bülbül Başkan E,  Alyamaç G,  Şanli H

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