Condyloma Acuminata

     Condyloma is a wart which caused by Human Papilloma Virus. Condyloma is a sexually transmitted disease and have adverse effects for both partners. The incubation period can occur up to several months without any signs and symptoms of the disease. Usually more during pregnancy and when there is excessive discharge from the vagina. 

How to Treat Gonorrhea

       In the treatment, which need to be considered are the effectiveness, price, and maybe a little toxic effect. The main choice is penicillin + probenecid, except in areas with high incidence of Penicillinase Producing Neisseria gonorrhoeae  (PPNG). epidemiologically the recommended treatment is a drug with a single dose. Various kinds of drugs that can be used include:

How to Make Diagnosis of Gonorrhea

       Diagnosis of gonorrhea is based on the results of microscopic examination of pus or duh to find the bacteria that causes gonorrhea. If the microscopic examination of bacteria is not found, then performed in a laboratory culture.
Diagnosis is made on the basis of anamnesis, clinical examination, and investigations which consists of 5 stages.

What are Symptoms and Signs Gonorrhea in Woman

     Clinical manifestations and course of disease in women differ from men. This is caused by anatomical and physiological differences in male and female genitalia. In women, both acute and chronic illness, subjective symptoms are rare and almost never found an objective disorder. In general, women have come if complications occur. Most of the patients was found in the antenatal or family planning examination.

What are Symptoms and Signs Gonorrhea in Man

      The incubation period is very short, the man usually varies between 2-5 days, sometimes longer and this is because patients have to self-medicate, but with insufficient doses or very vague symptoms that are not noticed by the patient. In women, the incubation period is difficult to determine because it is generally asymptomatic.

What cause of Gonorrhea

Neisseria Gonorrhea
        Gonorrhea in the broad sense includes all diseases caused by Neisseria gonorroheae. Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease infections caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhoeae to be transmitted through genital. Acute sexually transmitted diseases in the lining of the tract mucocutaneus genitourinarius with the clinical presence of purulent secretions urethra caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae.

How to treat Acne Vulgaris

Therapy of acne vulgaris consists of systemic therapy, topical, physical, surgical, and diet.

1. Systemic therapy

a.    oral antibiotics
        Oral antibiotics are indicated for patients with acne who still inflamed. Tetracycline antibiotics are given (tetracycline, doxycycline, minocycline) erythromycin, cotrimoxazole, and Clindamycin. These antibiotics reduce the inflammation of acne by inhibiting the growth of P. Acnes.

How to Diagnose Acne Vulgaris and Differential Diagnose

Acne Vulgaris
      Diagnosis of acne vulgaris can be established based on history and examination, and laboratory tests. Based on the anamnesis, acne vulgaris usually occurs during puberty, but the clinical symptoms appear highly variable. Women may notice a form that fluctuates based on menstruation cycle. Fulminant acne is a subtype of the rare and occurs in a variety of systemic manifestations, including fever, arthralgia, myalgia, hepatosplenomegaly, and osteolytic bone lesions.

Clinical Symptoms and Classification of Acne

     Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory disease of the follicles pilosebacea, which has the characteristics of comedones, papules, pustules, and nodules. Blackheads are the primary lesions of acne. This can be seen as a papule, flat or slightly elevated with a wide central opening containing keratin black (open comedones).

Pathogenesis of acne vulgaris

      Pathogenesis of acne vulgaris is complex, influenced by many factors and sometimes controversial. There are four important things that is associated with acne, which is an increase in sebum secretion, keratinization of the follicle, bacteria, and inflammation (inflammation).

What are Causes of Acne Vulgaris

      Acne vulgaris may be caused by various factors. the cause of the is not known clearly, but there are several factors that can causes, such as: genetic, endocrine (androgen, pituitary sebotropic  factor, etc.), dietary factors, the activity of sebaceous glands, psychological factors, season, bacterial infection (Propionibacterium aknes), cosmetics, and chemicals other.

Acne Vulgaris

Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammation of the pilosebaceous follicles characterized by comedones, papules, pustules, and cysts. Predilection of acne vulgaris on the face areas, upper shoulders, chest and back.