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con·glo·bate

(kon-glō'bāt),
Formed in a single rounded mass.
[L. con-globo, pp. -atus, to gather into a globus, ball]

con·glo·bate

(kon'glō-bāt)
Formed in a single rounded mass.
[L. con-globo, pp. -atus, to gather into a globus, ball]

conglobate

(kŏn′glō-bāt) [L. con, together, + globare, to make round]
In one mass, as lymph glands.
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The patent offers once-weekly oral administration of selective inhibitors of type 1 and/or type 2 isoforms of steroid 5a-reductase, to patients with nodulocystic and conglobate acne vulgaris.
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Global and South African guidelines for the use of systemic isotretinoin are: grade IV (nodulocystic or conglobate acne); scarring acne; lesser grades of acne not responsive to at least 3 months of oral antibiotics combined with a topical retinoid, or at least 4 cycles of hormonal therapy in females; dysmorphophobic patients; and Gram-negative folliculitis.