About local administration of antibacterial drugs for acne therapy

Abstract


The review summarizes and systematizes data accumulated in the world research literature, which are related to the role of P. acnes in the pathogenesis of acne, its microbiology and antibacterial resistance; it also examines antibacterial drugs for the external therapy of acne and recommendations for their use.

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