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What Is The Rosacea Butterfly Or T Zone?

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The Classic Butterfly of Rosacea and the T - Zone

In discussing rosacea the 'butterfly' or T - Zone usually comes up. Here is a graphic of the classic butterfly in rosacea:


Image - Wikipedia Commons

 The facial butterfly is usually associated with rosacea but can also be found in lupus patients. "In the case of lupus, the butterfly or malar rash can appear on other parts of the body, aside from the face. For instance, it could appear on the arms, legs, or trunk." Bel Marra Health

The T - Zone can be clearly seen in this graphic:


Image - bellasugar.com

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