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Category: Rosacea

Rosacea, Reactive Oxygen Species, and Azelaic Acid

by David A. Jones, MD, PhD Department of Dermatology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts Abstract Rosacea is a common skin condition thought to be primarily an inflammatory disorder. Neutrophils, in particular, have been implicated in the inflammation associated with rosacea and mediate many of their effects through the release of reactive oxygen species. Recently,

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Successful Treatment of Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea with Pulsed Light and Radiofrequency

by Amy Forman Taub, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, Illinois; Founder/Director of Advanced Dermatology, Skinfo, SkinQRI, Lincolnshire, Illinois Erin C. DeVita, CST, CMSLO, CCRC, Advanced Dermatology, SkinQRI, Lincolnshire, Illinois Abstract Introduction: Many laser and light devices have reported to be successful in the treatment of the flushing, background erythema,

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