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Hidradenitis Suppurativa Introduction

At long last, hidradenitis suppurativa, a disease first described a century and a half ago and one of the most devastating among the thousands of dermatologic entities, has finally received recognition by a text dedicated solely to this horrible disorder. The historicity of hidradenitis suppurativa, which has been described under a variety of latinized names, is in itself a fascinating, convoluted story, demonstrating once again that the only path to enlightenment and the resolution of controversies is through serious basic investigations. It is worth recounting too how patent fallacies can be perpetuated by the pronouncements of influential clinical figures, schooled in the descriptive morphology of dermatologic diseases. All this has thankfully changed owing to investigations by authoritative contributors to this volume. sweat glands 1 . This concept held sway over more than a century, during which numerous reports were in concordance. It was not till 1939 that Brunsting identified...

Early Lesions Fig 43ad

What Vomeronasal Lesion

Early lesions in hidradenitis suppurativa. a Acute HS - lower power. b Follicular plugging. c Folliculitis - dense collection of neutrophils around hair follicle. d Acute folliculitis in HS Fig. 4.3 a-d. Early lesions in hidradenitis suppurativa. a Acute HS - lower power. b Follicular plugging. c Folliculitis - dense collection of neutrophils around hair follicle. d Acute folliculitis in HS

Hidradenitis Surgery Before And After

Hidradenitis Suppurativa Pictures

Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS, synonym acne inversa) is a cicatrizing and frequently persistent inflammatory disorder of the sebaceous follicles and terminal hair follicles of apocrine-gland-bearing areas in the adult 12, 31 . The condition may remain relatively mild but nevertheless distressing 32 , ranging from a few but recalcitrant suppurating lesions to an advanced widespread and disabling disease lasting for years or decades. Possible consequences of longstanding, recurrent disease are multiple surgery and considerable social burden caused by chronic infection, with purulent discharge, odor, and pain 35 . In addition, there is a risk of developing a squamous cell carcinoma 9, 36, 40, 73 , Fig. 22.1 a-c. A 30-year-old man before (a), directly after (b) scanner-assisted carbon dioxide laser vaporization of hidradenitis suppurativa of the axilla, the lesions delin Fig. 22.1 a-c. A 30-year-old man before (a), directly after (b) scanner-assisted carbon dioxide laser vaporization of...

Conclusion for Physicians

Der Werth JM, Jemec GB (2001) Morbidity in patients with hidradenitis suppurativa. Br J Dermatol 144 809-813 3. der Werth JM, Williams HC (2000) The natural history of hidradenitis suppurativa. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 14 389-392 6. Jemec GB, Heidenheim M, Nielsen NH (1996) Hidradenitis suppurativa - characteristics and consequences. Clin Exp Dermatol 21 419-423 7. Sartorius K, Lapins J, Emtestam L, Jemec GB (2003) Suggestions for uniform outcome variables when reporting treatment effects in hidradenitis suppurativa. Br J Dermatol 149 211-213

The Last Metamorphosis of Verneuils Disease

In 1975, Plewig and Kligman 34 added pilo-nidal sinus to the triad and proposed the term acne tetrad, pointing out the absence of apo-crine involvement in hidradenitis suppurativa. More recently, Plewig and Steger proposed designating entities previously named acne triad or tetrad as acne inversa 35 . The fundamental change in acne inversa is the hyperkeratosis of the infundibulum as in acne vulgaris 36 . The authors denied that ec-crine or apocrine sweat glands are involved in the pathogenesis of acne inversa. The involvement of sweat glands was regarded as secondary only. More recently, studies have shown that acne inversa is a defect of the terminal follicular epithelium. According to these authors 36 , the association of acne inversa with many disorders in which poral occlusion is prominent gives credit to the follicular origin of acne inversa. They insisted that it was necessary to abandon the term hidradenitis suppurativa 37 .

Jorgensen Hidradenitis 2018

Boer J, Weltevreden EF (1996) Hidradenitis suppu-rativa or acne inversa. A clinicopathological study of early lesions. Br J Dermatol 135 721-725 8. Brook I, Frazier EH (1999) Aerobic and anaerobic microbiology of axillary hidradenitis suppurativa. J Med Microbiol 48 103-105 9. Brunsting HA (1939) Hidradenitis suppurativa abscess of the apocrine sweat glands. Arch Dermatol Syphilol 39 108-120 10. Buckley C, Sarkany I (1989) Urethral fistula and sinus formation in hidradenitis suppurativa. Clin Exp Dermatol 14 158-160 12. Clemmensen OJ (1983) Topical treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa with clindamycin. Int J Dermatol 22 325-328 19. Goodheart HP (2000) Hidradenitis suppurativa. Dermatology Rounds 3 535-543 23. Highet AS, Warren RE, Staughton RC, et al (1980) Streptococcus milleri causing treatable infection in perineal hidradenitis suppurativa. Br J Dermatol 103 375-382 27. Jansen I, Altmeyer P, Piewig G (2001) Acne inversa (alias hidradenitis suppurativa). J Eur Acad Dermatol...

Clinical Features

Similarities and differences between acne vulgaris, acne conglobata, hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), and folliculitis. Etiology reflects known mechanisms such as inflection in simple folliculitis, morphology describes similarities in clinical morphology, pathogenesis describes similarities in known pathogenesis, e.g., seborrhea, and treatment describes response to similar treatments, e.g., response to isotretinoin Table 9.1. Similarities and differences between acne vulgaris, acne conglobata, hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), and folliculitis. Etiology reflects known mechanisms such as inflection in simple folliculitis, morphology describes similarities in clinical morphology, pathogenesis describes similarities in known pathogenesis, e.g., seborrhea, and treatment describes response to similar treatments, e.g., response to isotretinoin As for individual lesions the differences between acne and HS are significant the deep-seated nodules and the absence of closed comedones -...

Anatomy

Hidradenitis Suppurativa The Head

Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) was originally classified according to location, and this remains a hallmark of the disease. Shortly after the diagnosis was established, an erroneous association with apocrine glands was made and the name created. A classification according to topography alone obviously does not improve the understanding of pathogenesis and hence is of little help. The erroneous classification according to an incorrect deduction based only on simple co-localization obviously delayed the development of knowledge This mistake comes from a paradox the lesions of HS are predominantly or exclusively situated in the regions of apocrine sweat glands, yet the histological picture is one of follicular obstruction like that seen in acne lesions, and sweat gland involvement is usually absent from early lesions. The apocrine sweat gland's excretory canal opens into the follicular duct immediately above the sebaceous duct (see Fig. 9.1). This distinctive anatomical characteristic may...

Social Security

This chapter of this remarkable book does not take the form of a clinical paper It is instead a collection of biographies given here specifically to impart to practitioners and health care professionals a glimpse into the world of their patients. It is, after all, the individuals with the disease hidradenitis suppurativa who are the reason why this book has been written. Their voices have long been silent. The advent of the internet as a means of communication has changed this silence into a chorus and perhaps now a deafening roar. I certainly hope so. From 1996 to 2002 I had the privilege to work with and for fellow sufferers of the disease on the internet at a time when the 150-year silence was finally broken. At that time, we discovered caregivers were, for the most part, the only human beings that people with hidradenitis sup-purativa would admit to having this disease in their non-internet lives. For some, even this was more than they could manage. I urge physi

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