Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS, OMIM#142690) is a chronic, severe inflammatory skin disease [1]. It is characterized by the presence of double-ended comedones, subcutaneous nodules, sinus tracts, fibrotic scars, and dermal contractures in the apocrine gland-bearing body areas such as axillae, inguinal, perianal, and inframammary regions. HS impacts negatively on patient’ quality of life; in fact, it presents chronic recurrent manifestations, extremely painful and debilitating for the individuals; moreover, the discharge of purulent materials from the lesions leads to feeling of embarrassment and social isolation.

Impact of 970 nm photobiomodulation therapy on wound healing in cellular models of hidradenitis suppurativa

Zupin, Luisa
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Ferri, Giulia;Tricarico, Paola Maura;Gratton, Rossella;Ottaviani, Giulia;Crovella, Sergio
2021-01-01

Abstract

Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS, OMIM#142690) is a chronic, severe inflammatory skin disease [1]. It is characterized by the presence of double-ended comedones, subcutaneous nodules, sinus tracts, fibrotic scars, and dermal contractures in the apocrine gland-bearing body areas such as axillae, inguinal, perianal, and inframammary regions. HS impacts negatively on patient’ quality of life; in fact, it presents chronic recurrent manifestations, extremely painful and debilitating for the individuals; moreover, the discharge of purulent materials from the lesions leads to feeling of embarrassment and social isolation.
2021
9-lug-2020
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https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10103-020-03097-w
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