Rosacea "Roh-Zay-Shah"

What is Rosacea?

Rosacea is a common inflammatory skin condition of unknown cause that is seen most commonly in adults with fair skin and blue eyes (Eastern European ancestry). It consists of a combination of redness of the central face (cheeks, nose, chin and forehead), flushing, tiny broken capillaries, sensitive skin, red bumps and pimples. About 10% of people with rosacea can have involvement of their eyes and have symptoms of gritiness, foreign body sensation and irritation of the eyes.
Rarely, when rosacea goes untreated, it can produce nodular swellings and irregularities of the nose (i.e. rhinophyma) or patches of persistent swellings of the cheeks.

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