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Imbalance in gut microbiota could play a key role in progression of inflammatory skin disorder – News-Medical.Net

Findings presented at today’s EADV 2021 Spring Symposium suggest that an imbalance in gut microbiota (dysbiosis), could play a significant role in the progression…

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Findings presented at today’s EADV 2021 Spring Symposium suggest that an imbalance in gut microbiota (dysbiosis), could play a significant role in the progression of inflammatory skin disease, Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS). HS is a painful, long-term skin condition, with a chronic and relapsing nature that significantly impacts patients’ quality of life.
Researchers at Hacettepe University collected faucal samples from 15 patients with HS and 15 age and sex matched healthy individuals and analyzed…

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