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Therapeutic Strategies in Dermatology

Rosacea: Initial Evaluation

…forehead. Predilection of lesions is on the central aspect of the face, sometimes with central facial edema; associated with flushing. Phymatous subtype: Marked by thickening of the skin, irregular skin texture, edema, hypertrophy and hyperplasia of…

Solitary mastocytoma presenting in an adult: report and literature review of adult-onset solitary cutaneous mastocytoma with recommendations for evaluation and treatment

Solitary mastocytoma presenting in an adult: report and literature review of adult-onset solitary cutaneous mastocytoma with recommendations for evaluation and treatment

…mas. None of the patients had systemic mastocytosis. However, five patients (31%of 16 individuals) had generalized symptoms. Flushing (3 women) and pruritus (3 women) were the most common symptoms. Gastrointestinal symptoms (one episode in one…

What is Rosacea?

What is Rosacea?

…ated – can result in devastating visual impairment primarily due to chronic keratitis. Patients with rosacea commonly report flushing as a preceding symptom and identify clear triggers of flushing: sun exposure, stress, hot and cold weather,…

Diet and rosacea: the role of dietary change in the management of rosacea

Diet and rosacea: the role of dietary change in the management of rosacea

…s stimuli can activate TRP channels and cause increased skin blood flow via neurogenic vasodilatation leading to symptoms of flushing and burning [14]. Sulk et al. found that several of the vanilloid channels (TRPV1-6) are active in patients with…

Living with Rosacea

Living with Rosacea

…on quality of life stems from both physical discomfort as well as psychological impact resulting from persistent erythema or flushing. Key factors include pruritus burning sensitive skin stinging cosmetic intolerance pain Age/ age of onset, gender…

Erythema in Rosacea

Erythema in Rosacea

Current treatment of erythema in rosacea This type has traditionally been treated with avoidance of flushing, photoprotection, and surgical strategies including electrosurgery or laser therapies to treat the erythema and telangiectasias. Laser…

Erythemato-telangiectatic (E-T) Subtype

Erythemato-telangiectatic (E-T) Subtype

…significant impact on quality of life stemming from persistent facial erythema. This type is best treated with avoidance of flushing, photoprotection, and electrosurgery or laser therapies to treat the erythema and telangiectasias. A significant…

Papulopustular Subtype

Papulopustular Subtype

…nd forehead. Predilection of lesions on the central aspect of the face, sometimes with central facial edema. Associated with flushing. This subtype is best treated with topical or systemic antibiotics, topical sulfur or sulfacetamide based lotions,…

Bibliography

Bibliography

…mized, double-blind, vehicle-controlled pivotal studies, J Drugs Derm, 13(3): 316-323. Hsu CC et al (2012) Pronounced facial flushing and persistent erythema of rosacea effectively treated by carvedilol, a nonselective beta-adrenergic blocker, JAAD,…

Ocular Inflammation

Ocular Inflammation

…phthalmology. Wilkin, in 1994, stated that “Ocular rosacea is principally vascular and correlates with the severity of flushing.” [29] Tanzi and Weinberg, in 2001, also stated that “the ocular manifestations of rosacea are commonly…