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Standard management options for rosacea, part 2: options according to subtype.

@article{Odom2009StandardMO,
  title={Standard management options for rosacea, part 2: options according to subtype.},
  author={Richard B. Odom and Mark V. Dahl and Jeffrey S. Dover and Zoe Kececioglu Draelos and Lynn A. Drake and Marian Sue Macsai and Frank C. Powell and Diane M. Thiboutot and Guy F. Webster and J Wilkin},
  journal={Cutis},
  year={2009},
  volume={84 2},
  pages={
          97-104
        }
}
The standard management options were developed by a consensus committee and review panel of 26 experts to assist in providing optimal patient care based on the standard classification and grading systems for rosacea that were developed to perform research; analyze results and compare data from different sources; and provide a common terminology and reference for the diagnosis, treatment, and assessment of results in clinical practice. We discuss the standard management options for rosacea in 2… Expand
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