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The Psychosocial Impact of Rosacea: Should Dermatologists Be Concerned?

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The erythematotelangiectatic, papulopustular, phymatous, and ocular forms of rosacea can lead to psychological distress.

The relative risk for healthcare-associated infections has decreased in the last 15 years due to improvements in awareness of risk associated with devices, infection control, and evidence-based practice regarding use of devices.

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Daily Oxymetazoline Cream Effective for Treatment of Persistent Erythema of Rosacea

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The current analysis evaluated the proportion of patients who responded to oxymetazoline from day 1 through week 52 and the probability of response between visits.

Botulinum Toxin Mesotherapy for Refractory Rosacea

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Management of rosacea can be challenging in light of the persistence of vascular symptoms that may occur following topical and systemic treatments.

Phenotype Approach to Rosacea May Help Improve Diagnosis, Classification

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The current analysis identifies challenges to the application of a phenotype approach across clinical practice, epidemiologic research, interventional research, and basic science in the treatment of rosacea.

Dual-Frequency Ultrasound Promising for Treatment-Refractory Rosacea

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Additional large-scale, split-face prospective studies are warranted to evaluate the independent efficacy of DFU on rosacea.

Online Forums May Harbor Harmful Information, Untested Treatments for Rosacea

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Because of the lack of monitoring and the potential for misplaced trust among patients affected with rosacea, the use of forums may be fraught with detrimental outcomes.

Severe Rosacea Associated With High Out-of-Pocket Treatment Costs

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A significant relationship was observed between disease severity and household income, with patients with higher levels of disease severity having lower household incomes.

Topical and Systemic Treatments for Rosacea-Associated Erythema: Weighing Your Options

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With limited treatment options available for the medical management of facial erythema, telangiectases, and flushing associated with rosacea, the investigators sought to review the various topical and systemic treatments currently in use to help facilitate decision making in clinical practice.

Rosacea Has Significant Effects on Emotional, Social Well-Being

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In both the ETR and PPR groups, Rosacea-Specific Quality-of-Life total and domain scores showed a negative impact associated with rosacea.

Fewer Gastrointestinal Issues in Rosacea Treated With Subantimicrobial vs Conventional Doxycycline

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In a subpopulation analysis of 10,949 patients that excluded patients with documented GID in the year prior to initiating doxycycline, patients taking SD-doxycycline were significantly less likely than patients taking CD-doxycycline to experience new-onset GID.

Newly Designed Pulsed-Dye Laser Found Effective for Rosacea

Researchers investigated a pulsed-dye laser using a 15-mm diameter beam for treatment of rosacea among 20 patients.

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