adapalene


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adapalene

 [ah-dap´ah-lēn]
a synthetic analogue of retinoic acid used topically in the treatment of acne vulgaris.

adapalene

/adap·a·lene/ (ah-dap´ah-lēn) a synthetic analogue of retinoic acid used topically in the treatment of acne vulgaris.

adapalene

[ah-dap′ah-lēn]
a synthetic analog of retinoic acid used topically in the treatment of acne vulgaris.

adapalene

A retinoid-like drug used externally in the treatment of ACNE. The drug should not be used during pregnancy. A brand name is Differin.
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This has been true for decades, and yet only in the past year has adapalene 0.
Mild to moderate lesions respond best to topical anti-inflammatory agent such as benzoyl peroxide, adapalene and topical antibiotic such as clindamycin are the most popular in the management of acne.
1] showed that up to 60% of patients being treated for acne with topical tretinoin and adapalene experienced 'dryness' of the skin, and up to 50% had scaling.
In the other case, the patient reported erythema and the investigator assumed a causal relationship with supplementary administered adapalene.
Dunlap, Mills, Tuley, Baker, and Plott (1998) conducted a study to compare two popular topical acne medications, adapalene (Differin[R]) 0.
New pore-unclogging treatments include tazarotene, adapalene, and azelaic acid.
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Several types of prescription topical medications are used to treat acne, including benzoyl peroxide, antibiotics, tretinoin, adapalene, and azelaic acid.
One new drug, adapalene, marketed as Differin Gel, showed a more rapid effect in clearing acne than Retin-A, reported Dr.