Migraine, triptans, and the risk of developing rosacea: a population-based study within the United Kingdom.


BACKGROUND Rosacea is a common skin disease, involving neurogenic inflammation and neurovascular dysregulation. Migraine has been associated with vascular changes and sterile inflammation. The 2 diseases have been associated over decades, but evidence is scarce. Triptans have vasoconstricting and antiinflammatory properties, but a potential impact of this… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jaad.2013.03.027


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