Acne excoriée des jeunes filles

Letztmals aufdatiert: 2019-03-15

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Skin picking disease

Erkrankung, bei der bewusst Unreinheiten der Haut durch Kratzen, Zwicken oder ähnlichen Manipulationen versucht werden zu bereinigen.

Nach dem “Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-5)” gehört die Acne excoriée zu den Zwangsstörungen (obsessiv-compulsive disorders) und nicht, wie zuvor, zu den Impulsstörungen.

 

Deutlich mehr Frauen betroffen.

Kratzexkoriierte Papeln.

Anamnese

Klinik

Meist tritt eine Besserung nur noch Psychotherapie ein.

Psychotherapie. Bei zusätzliche Akne vulgaris kann diese mit topischen Anti-Akne-Therapien ergänzt werden.

z.B.

Skinoren- Gel

Adapalen - Creme

Epiduo- Gel

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