中华皮肤科杂志 ›› 2021, Vol. 54 ›› Issue (9): 747-756.doi: 10.35541/cjd.20210182

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中国痤疮瘢痕治疗专家共识(2021)

中华医学会医学美学与美容学分会激光美容学组    中华医学会皮肤性病学分会美容激光学组    中国医师协会美容与整形医师分会激光学组   

  1. 中华医学会医学美学与美容学分会激光美容学组    中华医学会皮肤性病学分会美容激光学组    中国医师协会美容与整形医师分会激光学组
  • 收稿日期:2021-03-04 修回日期:2021-07-28 发布日期:2021-09-02
  • 通讯作者: 杨森 E-mail:yang2004sen@163.com

Consensus on treatment of acne scars in China (2021)

Laser Cosmetology Group, Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology Branch of Chinese Medical Association; Cosmetic Laser Group, Chinese Society of Dermatology; Laser Group, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Branch of Chinese Medical Doctor Association   

  1. Laser Cosmetology Group, Medical Aesthetics and Cosmetology Branch of Chinese Medical Association; Cosmetic Laser Group, Chinese Society of Dermatology; Laser Group, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon Branch of Chinese Medical Doctor Association
  • Received:2021-03-04 Revised:2021-07-28 Published:2021-09-02
  • Contact: Yang Sen E-mail:yang2004sen@163.com

摘要: 【摘要】 痤疮瘢痕是由于炎症反应、感染、处理不当等因素导致痤疮患者在痤疮皮损处遗留瘢痕,在临床上发病率高,治疗困难。目前治疗痤疮瘢痕的方法众多,包括药物、光电技术、外科、填充术、化学剥脱术、中医疗法、生物疗法、微针疗法等,且不断有新方法涌现,但仍然缺乏高质量的相关临床研究,存在治疗方法不统一、疗效不理想等问题。针对不同时期、不同类型的痤疮瘢痕,如何选择合适的方法进行综合治疗,是临床工作中关注的热点和难点。本共识从循证医学角度出发,旨在为临床治疗痤疮瘢痕提供参考。

关键词: 寻常痤疮, 瘢痕, 治疗, 诊疗准则

Abstract: 【Abstract】 Acne scars are caused by inflammatory reactions, infections, improper handling of acne lesions, etc, and occur at a high incidence rate. Their treatment is difficult. Currently, there are many methods to treat acne scars, including medicines, photoelectric technology, surgery, filling, chemical peeling, traditional Chinese medicine, biotherapy, microneedle therapy, etc., and many new methods are constantly emerging. However, there are still many difficulties, such as the lack of high-quality clinical studies, non-uniform treatment methods and unsatisfactory therapeutic effects. It remains a challenge and a research hotspot to choose appropriate methods for comprehensive treatment of different types of acne scars at different stages in clinical practice. From the perspective of evidence-based medicine, this consensus aims to provide a reference for the treatment of acne scars in clinical practice.

Key words: Acne vulgaris, Cicatrix, Therapy, Practice guideline