Rosacea Feature Archive

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.

Treating Rosacea: Unique Clinical Characteristics Inform Treatment

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Current reviews suggest that limited outcomes to individual therapies point to the need for new treatments that target underlying cellular and molecular mechanisms.

Comorbidities in Rosacea: Considerations for Diagnosis and Treatment

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Like most autoimmune diseases, rosacea involves dysregulation of the inflammatory response and may share pathogenesis with several common comorbidities, including cardiovascular, psychiatric, gastrointestinal, autoimmune, and neurologic conditions.

Underlying Etiologies of Cutaneous Flushing

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Cutaneous flushing, although common and often benign, may signal a more serious underlying pathology when the presentation extends beyond episodic warmth and redness of the face, head, and neck.

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