Acne Vulgaris

Acne, the number 1 reason patients see a dermatologist, is characterized by lesions (papules, pustules) and inflammation.

3.2 Contact Hours (1.5 Pharm)

Video Count 24 videos | Time 2hrs 36mins
David

David E. Kent, M.D

Instructor

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Instructor
Continuing Education
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Learning Objectives
  • State the demographics and pathogenesis of acne
  • Define the classification and grading system for acne
  • Categorize additional causes of acne
  • Develop appropriate and successful acne treatments based on acne grade
  • Construct acne treatment plan changes when Improvement does not occur
  • Evaluate clinical case studies for different patient presentations
David Promo video
10 Videos
14 Clinical scenarios
5 Practice quizzes

This course includes 10 videos + 14 clinical scenarios

Introduction
00:01:25
Understanding the Causes of Acne
00:06:46
Physical Exam & Variants
00:05:39
Classifying and Grading Acne
00:06:21
Natural Course of Lesions & Scarring
00:03:32
General Treatment Concepts
00:09:03
Acne Grade Treatments
00:12:42
Adjustment Treatment
00:07:05
Additional Causes of Acne
00:08:55
Side-by-Side Grade Comparisons
00:04:06
Clinical Scenario #1
00:01:46
Clinical Scenario #2
00:04:58
Clinical Scenario #3
00:04:19
Clinical Scenario #4
00:11:15
Clinical Scenario #5
00:06:01
Clinical Scenario #6
00:06:47
Clinical Scenario #7
00:05:07
Clinical Scenario #8
00:02:06
Clinical Scenario #9
00:10:20
Clinical Scenario #10
00:03:43
Clinical Scenario #11
00:02:44
Clinical Scenario #12
00:04:21
Clinical Scenario #13
00:04:10
Clinical Scenario Comments
00:03:27