(n.) A pustular affection of the skin, due to changes in the sebaceous glands.
(1) In both cases there was no history of previous trauma and acne.
(2) The mean acne scores, derived from grading and counting lesions and comedones, fell from 63.3 to 6 in the Diane 50 and from 64.2 to 4.5 in the Triphasil group.
(3) However, in GF rats and in rats monoassociated with viable P. acnes, parenteral injection of killed P. acnes antigen inhibited the plaque-forming cell response to sheep erythrocytes.
(4) In deep forms of acne, particularly acne conglobata, Akne-Mycyna may be a valuable supplementation of systemic treatment.
(5) A water based 5% benzoyl peroxide gel (Benzac W5) was compared with topical 1% clindamycin phosphate solution (Cleocin T) in the treatment of acne vulgaris using a randomized, investigator blind study design.
(6) A questionnaire was presented to 2009 18--19 year old military recruitment candidates which enabled assessment of antipathy towards patients with severe acne vulgaris, the occupational handicap associated with severe acne and subjective inhibitions in acne patients.
(7) Clinical severity of acne and sebum excretion decreased significantly at the end of the trial with both drugs, but significantly more with spironolactone.
(8) When we only considered the patients' responses, more of them admitted having had acne than did our controls.
(9) Clindamycin lotion completely suppressed the growth of C acnes organisms, whereas erythromycin and tetracycline did not depress the C acnes counts.
(10) Thirty patients of either sex (23 M, 7 F) ranging in age between 16 and 36 years, affected of acne vulgaris, were given 20% azelaic acid cream over a period of 6 months.
(11) PEC were then collected from mice into which either 100 micrograms of P. acnes or 1 KE of OK-432 had been injected intraperitoneally several times.
(12) Isotretinoin (Accutane Capsules) is a synthetic vitamin A compound used for treatment of recalcitrant cystic acne.
(13) Furthermore, when rats were first immunized and then challenged with active strains of P. acnes, an increased sensitivity to low doses of P. acnes and a chronic exacerbation of inflammation was observed.
(14) All stages were present from acne comedonica to acne conglobata.
(15) The aim of this work is to investigate the anti-comedo activity of 20% azelaic acid cream topically applied in a group of teen-agers affected by acne.
(16) Therefore the prevalence of acne conglobata and acne of at least a moderate degree with cysts and scars was 832,000 for women and 1,319,000 for men 15 to 44 years of age.
(17) Macrophages elicited with thioglycollate and P. acnes displayed enhanced Fn secretory activity when compared with resident unstimulated cells.
(18) Continuous culture studies using a chemostat and varying culture pH showed that highest levels of growth of P. acnes occurred at pH 6.0 and that two clear 'peaks' of histamine production were apparent at pH 4.5 and at pH 7.5.
(19) Skin impurities and fatty hair associated with acne were side effects in 22.5% of 378 patients during the first evaluation and in 10.8% of 369 patients at the second evaluation.
(20) Within 2 months following birth the infants had facial acne and edema, swelling of the eyelids, loss of facial hair including eyelashes, and hyperpigmentation of the skin.
(n.) A name given to several peculiar palms, species of Calamus and Daemanorops, having very long, smooth flexible stems, commonly called rattans.
(n.) Any plant with long, hard, elastic stems, as reeds and bamboos of many kinds; also, the sugar cane.
(n.) Stems of other plants are sometimes called canes; as, the canes of a raspberry.
(n.) A walking stick; a staff; -- so called because originally made of one the species of cane.
(n.) A lance or dart made of cane.
(n.) A local European measure of length. See Canna.
(v. t.) To beat with a cane.
(v. t.) To make or furnish with cane or rattan; as, to cane chairs.
(1) The Christmas theme doesn't end there; "America's Christmas Hometown" also has Santa's Candy Castle, a red-brick building with turrets that was built by the Curtiss Candy Company in the 1930s and sells gourmet candy canes in abundance.
(2) The current floods in Australia have the potential to affect prices for commodities such as sugar and cane growers are warning of production problems for up to three years.
(3) Keeping the dietary fats (coconut safflower seed oil) at 20% level, diets containing (a) startch (54%) + cane sugar (0%), (b) starch (44%) + cane sugar 10%), (c) starch (10%) + cane sugar (44%) and (d) only cane sugar (54%) were administered to rats for 8 weeks.
(4) Fifty-five percent of the patients can walk well with one cane, 31% with two canes, and 14% require assistance to walk.
(5) All patients were functionally independent and able to ambulate using a straight cane.
(6) Britain had just joined what was then the common market and the kind of cane sugar the company processed was being challenged by French-grown sugar beet.
(7) All patients were able to walk with or without a cane.
(8) The bonus earnings of cane cutters who were found to be infected with S. mansoni were compared, retrospectively, with earnings of uninfected cane cutters during the years 1968-69.
(9) 37 Castle Street, Somerset, A5 1LN; 01278 732 266; janetphillips-weaving.co.uk East Assington Mill's rural skills courses range from cane-and-rush chair making to silk scarf dyeing– and some more unusual options, too.
(10) I know you love me and I love you,” said Jonathan, wearing his trademark fedora and carrying a gold-handled cane, in a speech punctuated by bass guitar and cymbals.
(11) Nyingi, who was detained for about nine years , beaten unconscious and bears the marks from leg manacles, whipping and caning, said: "For me … I just wanted the truth to be out.
(12) At the very top is a panoramic view as far as the southern Sri Lankan coast and a tiny cafe selling magnificent short eats, tea and jaggery (cane sugar).
(13) The patient required 19 days of prosthetic training and was discharged independent in ambulation and transfers using two straight canes.
(14) After operation the patients did not complain about pain and they walked with the aid of a cane.
(15) Twenty isolates of N2-fixing spirilla were isolated from the rhizosphere of maize and sugar cane grown in Egyptian and Belgian soils.
(16) Due to the dramatic increase in international oil prices, the ethanol production by fermentation is presently becoming an attractive and feasible project for many countries Argentina has implemented an experimental national program of ethanol use as fuel and the standard procedure of Melle-Boinot is currently employed in sugar cane molasses fermentation.
(17) Noting that an unchecked epidemic would undermine the country's development, Reid praised the awareness efforts instituted by the interim government that cane in to power February 1991, following a military coup.
(18) Intracutaneous injections of three glucan contaminants of invert sugar solutions and crude cane sugar into human skin produced localised wheals and erythema reactions.
(19) Many pictures in the book – of families cutting cane, of men shinning up coconut trees – replicate the rural sights I see when I visit.
(20) Protoplasts of susceptible cane are rendered insensitivity to the effects of the toxin in a medium deficient in K+ and Mg2+.