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The role of nueroinflammation in rosacea


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"Rosacea typically starts with flushing and erythema, Dr. Steinhoff says, and these symptoms are closely associated with neurogenic inflammation....understanding the mechanism of how the nerve cells communicate with the new cells and with the vascular system and knowing which kinds of mediators and receptors are responsible can help lead to treatment solutions targeting specific mediators or receptors."

The role of nueroinflammation in rosacea, By Ilya Petrou, M.D., Dermatology Times

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