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Chapter 81. Rosacea

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Fig. 81-34

Rosacea: Papules on malar eminences especially.


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Fig. 81-35 A

Rosacea: Few lesions are present on the face, the vast majority of them being situated on the neck and the chest, an exceptional circumstance.


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Fig. 81-35 B

Rosacea: Few lesions are present on the face, the vast majority of them being situated on the neck and the chest, an exceptional circumstance.


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Fig. 81-36

Rosacea: The entire face is involved, including the nose (rhinophyma) and the forehead (metaphyma).


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Fig. 81-37

Rosacea: Papules on the face. In the vicinity of the mouth, the condition is termed “perioral dermatitis,” an example of unnecessary superfluous synonymy; the diagnosis is rosacea, papular expression.


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Fig. 81-38 A

Rosacea: Papules and pustules, not only in the center of the face, but at the periphery of it, too.


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Fig. 81-38 B

Rosacea: Papules and pustules, not only in the center of the face, but at the periphery of it, too.


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Fig. 81-39

Rosacea: Papules on the forehead, some of them eroded secondary to excoriation.


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Fig. 81-40 A

Rosacea: Rhinophyma in company with papules of rosacea on the cheeks.


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Fig. 81-40 B

Rosacea: Rhinophyma in company with papules of rosacea on the cheeks.


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Fig. 81-41

Rosacea: Perioral dermatitis, like periocular dermatitis, is merely a manifestation of rosacea.


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Fig. 81-42

Rosacea: Lesions may involve the nasolabial fold, sometimes in conjunction with seborrheic dermatitis, and the perioral region, the latter being unusual in a man.


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Fig. 81-43

Rosacea: Unilateral involvement.