The association between psychiatric diseases, psychotropic drugs and the risk of incident rosacea.

@article{Spoendlin2014TheAB,
  title={The association between psychiatric diseases, psychotropic drugs and the risk of incident rosacea.},
  author={Julia Spoendlin and F Bichsel and Johannes J. Voegel and Susan Sara Jick and C R Meier},
  journal={The British journal of dermatology},
  year={2014},
  volume={170 4},
  pages={878-83}
}
BACKGROUND Psychological conditions, such as traumatic events or stress, have been discussed controversially as aetiological factors for rosacea. OBJECTIVES To assess the association between diagnosed depression, other affective disorders or schizophrenia and subsequent incident rosacea. We further aimed at evaluating the possible role of various psychotropic drugs within this association. METHODS We conducted a matched case-control study of psychiatric diseases and incident rosacea… CONTINUE READING
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