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A Clinical Atlas of 101 Common Skin Diseases

Rosacea

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A papular and pustular inflammatory process that is centered in follicles and is distributed mostly in the middle third of the face in both vertical and horizontal directions.

A Clinical Atlas of 101 Common Skin Diseases

Rosacea

…ird of the face in both vertical and horizontal directions. Among the varied manifestations of rosacea are innumerable telangiectases, perioral and periocular dermatitis, and rhinophyma. Complications of rosacea include keratitis and conjunctivitis….

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Rosacea

Patient Handouts: Skin Care for Rosacea Patients (81 KB)…

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Rosacea: Treatment

…eroxide are not always recommended (see handout Skin care for rosacea patients). It is recommended that patients are referred to an experienced dermatologist to supervise systemic isotretinoin treatment. Rosacea fulminans (sudden onset of coalescent…

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Rosacea: Key Points

Key Points Rosacea has four different clinical presentations: erythemato-telangiectatic, papulo-pustular, phymatous, and ocular. It is essential to correctly identify the subtype of rosacea in order to select the appropriate medical or surgical the…

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Rosacea: Suggested Reading

…2014). Consensus recommendations from the American Acne & Rosacea Society on the management of rosacea, part 5: a guide on the management of rosacea, Cutis, 93(3):134-138. Del Rosso JQ et al (2014). Consensus recommendations from the American Acn…

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Rosacea: Clinical Cases

Clinical Cases Case 1 Erythemato-telangiectatic rosacea 55-year-old woman Chronic flushing, erythema and telangiectasias on cheeks, nose Not responding to topical antibiotics Treatment Discontinue topical antibiotics Topical brimonidine 0.33%…

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Rosacea: Initial Evaluation

…be seen in the presence or absence of skin manifestations of rosacea. Characterized by conjunctival erythema and injection, sometimes accompanied by eyelid edema (blepharitis), foreign body sensation, and/or glandular inflammation (chalazion) along…

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Periorificial Dermatitis: Key Points

…acial cosmetics. In some cases, no triggering factors are found. Although it is considered by some to be related to rosacea, patients usually do not have flushing and other stigmata of rosacea. This condition affects young adult women most commonly….

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Flushing: Treatment

…at has been used topically to reduce erythema associated with rosacea. Its efficacy in rosacea suggests that it may be helpful with intermittent flushing associated with other conditions. Pitfalls Patients with drug-related flushing episodes should…

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Acne Vulgaris: Initial Evaluation

…l agents Mechanical irritation Self-manipulation of lesions (picking) The role of diet, sun exposure, and smoking are controversial Differential diagnosis Rosacea Seborrheic dermatitis Pityrosporum or other infectious folliculitis…

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