Evidence-based recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric acne.

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Pediatrics, ISSN: 1098-4275, Vol: 131 Suppl 3, Issue: Supplement, Page: S163-86

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Eichenfield, Lawrence F; Krakowski, Andrew C; Piggott, Caroline; Del Rosso, James; Baldwin, Hilary; Friedlander, Sheila Fallon; Levy, Moise; Lucky, Anne; Mancini, Anthony J; Orlow, Seth J; Yan, Albert C; Vaux, Keith K; Webster, Guy; Zaenglein, Andrea L; Thiboutot, Diane M; American Acne and Rosacea Society Show More Hide
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Medicine; pediatric acne; acne treatment; combination acne therapy; retinoids; benzoyl peroxide; bacterial resistance; isotretinoin; hormonal therapy; acne guidelines; acne algorithm; neonatal acne; infantile acne; mid-childhood acne; preadolescent acne; American Acne and Rosacea Society; AARS; Dermatology
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Acne vulgaris is one of the most common skin conditions in children and adolescents. The presentation, differential diagnosis, and association of acne with systemic pathology differs by age of presentation. Current acknowledged guidelines for the diagnosis and management of pediatric acne are lacking, and there are variations in management across the spectrum of primary and specialty care. The American Acne and Rosacea Society convened a panel of pediatric dermatologists, pediatricians, and dermatologists with expertise in acne to develop recommendations for the management of pediatric acne and evidence-based treatment algorithms.