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Methodik von klinischen Studien bei Acne vulgaris

  • A. Lissner
  • H. C. Korting
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Zusammenfassung

Zur Verlaufsbeurteilung von Akne-Therapiestudien sind standardisierte Meßmethoden (Sebumexkretions- messung, Gradeinteilungen) unbedingt erforderlich.

In vorliegender Abhandlung werden die in der Literatur beschriebenen Methoden zur Beurteilung klinischer, mikrobiologischer und laborchemischer Parameter bei Acne vulgaris vorgestellt und miteinander verglichen.

Des weiteren werden 44 klinische Studien hinsichtlich der angewendeten Methodik untersucht.

Summary

For the evaluation of the therapeutic efficiency of acne always standardized methods (determination of sebum excretion rate, grading) are mandatory.

The present paper reviews clinical, microbiological and chemical parameters useful in acne vulgaris. In addition, an overview is given on the methods used in 44 clinical trials.

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Anhang Tabelle I

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  • A. Lissner
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  • H. C. Korting
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  1. 1.Dermatologische Klinik und Poliklinik der Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversitätMünchen 2Deutschland

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