[AI Generated] Acne types

2nd June 2010

[AI Generated] Acne types

OpenAI NN input: You may hear the term “breakout” used to describe all forms of acne, but this isn’t always an accurate description. Not all types of acne spread across the skin. Clogged pores cause acne itself. These may be attributed to: excess production of oil (sebum) bacteria hormones dead skin cells ingrown hairs [Generated […]

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[AI Generated] What is Furuncles treatement?

2nd June 2010

[AI Generated] What is Furuncles treatement?

OpenAI NN input: Furuncle is another word for a boil. Boils are bacterial or fungal infections of hair follicles. The infected hair follicle can be on any part of your body, not only your scalp. When the hair follicle becomes infected, the skin around it becomes inflamed. The furuncle looks like a red, raised bump […]

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[AI Generated] What are vesicles?

1st June 2010

[AI Generated] What are vesicles?

OpenAI NN input: Vesicles are small, fluid-filled sacs that can appear on your skin. The fluid inside these sacs may be clear, white, yellow, or mixed with blood. Vesicles are also sometimes referred to as blisters or bullae, though there are slight size differences among the three. Vesicles are typically about 5 to 10 millimeters […]

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[AI Generated] What Type of Acne Do You Have?

1st June 2010

[AI Generated] What Type of Acne Do You Have?

OpenAI NN input: Acne is a broad term that encompasses a variety of skin ailments. It’s a condition that involves much more than an occasional pimple or zit. Acne comes in varying severity and it affects everyone differently. In order to successfully treat your acne, it’s essential to recognize and diagnose the different acne types […]

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[AI Generated]  What Is a Maculopapular Rash?

1st June 2010

[AI Generated] What Is a Maculopapular Rash?

OpenAI NN input: Overview A maculopapular rash is made of both flat and raised skin lesions. The name is a blend of the words “macule,” which are flat discolored skin lesions, and “papule,” which are small raised bumps. These skin lesions are usually red and can merge together. Macules that are bigger than 1 centimeter […]

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[AI Generated] Overview of raised skin bumps

1st June 2010

[AI Generated] Overview of raised skin bumps

OpenAI NN input: Raised skin bumps are very common, and in most cases they’re harmless. They can result from a number of conditions, including infections, allergic reactions, skin disorders, and skin cancer. Skin bumps can vary in appearance and number depending on the cause. They may be the same color as your skin or a […]

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