The potential role of microorganisms in the development of rosacea

@article{Lazaridou2011ThePR,
  title={The potential role of microorganisms in the development of rosacea},
  author={Elizabeth Lazaridou and Christina Giannopoulou and C Fotiadou and Eustratios Vakirlis and Anastasia Trigoni and Demetris Ioannides},
  journal={JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft},
  year={2011},
  volume={9}
}
Rosacea is a chronic cutaneous disorder characterized by centrofacial persisting erythema, telangiectases, papules, pustules, edema, phymas and ocular involvement. Despite being one of the most common skin disorders, its pathogenesis remains unclear and controversial. Although the disease triggering factors are well recognized, the underlying causes of rosacea have not yet been identified. Several different postulates about its pathogenesis can be found in the medical literature. Abnormalities… Expand
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