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Introduction: Topical Antibiotics, Good for Acne, Bad for Postsurgical Wounds

Rob Orman, MD and Andrew Buelt, DO
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Discuss utility of topical antibiotic ointment on small wounds; review recent updates to acne guidelines.

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Oral corticosteroids are used as an option for severe modular acne with tetracycline orally especially in young women in whom oral retinoids could be a risk because the oral retinoids have a teratogenic risk.

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