Acne Vulgaris Mind Map | Acne Forms | Pathophysiology | Severity | Treatment of Acne

Acne vulgaris mind map
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Acne vulgaris Mind Map: An Overview

Acne vulgaris large picture consists of four interlinked mind maps ® explaining its pharmacotherapy.
The first one is a mind map that gives an overview about acne.
The second one is a mind map that links between the pathophysiology of acne vulgaris and the pharmacological treatments that are used to modify this pathophysiology.
Acne severity with corresponding treatment strategies is a planned in the third mind map.
The fourth mind map represents the nonpharmacological treatment of acne.

We hope you find Acne vulgaris mind map helpful and we are looking forward to hearing your opinionThe whole map is available for free on this page. It is also available in two forms: printable version and folded poster. You can order below.


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Folded Poster

The maps is printed out on ordinary A1 size paper and it is folded to be nearly sized as A4 paper.

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To be sent to your address through the Egyptian Registered Postal Mail.

Delivery in Egypt takes few days,

Other countries: 2-3 weeks; you can upgrade to express mail. Please contact us for details.

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Printable Version

The map is split into pages to be printed on nine A4 papers. After printing them, you have to tape the edges together to make a folded poster.

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A .pdf file for the printable version of the map will be available for download immediately after payment received.

Printing is allowed. The map is to be printed out on several pages.
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Acne Vulgaris Mind Map by Maha Atef, B Pharm

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DiPiro, Joseph T. Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach. 6th. The McGraw-Hill Companies , 2005.
"Forms of Acne." What is acne?. Web. 13 Aug 2010. <http://www.acne.org/whatisacne.html>.
Fulton Jr, James . "Acne Vulgaris." eMedicine for WebMD. Medscape, 21 Jun 2010. Web. 27 Aug 2010. <http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1069804-overview>.
"How various drugs work in treating acne." Acne Vulgaris. Web. 27 Apr 2010. <http://www.merck.com/mmpe/sec10/ch111/ch111b.html>.
"Isotretinoin." Harrison's Practice Answers on Demand. The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc., 25 Oct 2010. Web. 6 Jun 2010. <https://www.merckmedicus.com>.
Moses, Scott. "Acne Vulgaris Pathophysiology." Family Practice Notebook.com. Family Practice Notebook, 22 Mar 2010. Web. 28 Apr 2010. <http://www.fpnotebook.com/DER/Acne/AcnVlgrsPthphyslgy.htm>.


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