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  1. Surgical Treatment Strategy for Severe Rhinophyma With Bilateral Pedicled Nasolabial Flaps. J Craniofac Surg. 2019 Apr 12;: Authors: Cui MY, Guo S, Wang CC, Lv MZ, Jin SF Abstract BACKGROUND: Rhinophyma is a rare disease characterized by chronic inflammation and hypertrophy of sebaceous glands, blood vessels, and fibrous tissue, associated with end-stage severe acne rosacea. There are multiple approaches to treatment and repair, including dermal shaving, secondary intention healing, free skin graft, and skin flaps. However, these methods have various disadvantages, such as prolonged healing, obvious scarring, and skin texture mismatch. Therefore, the authors adopted surgical excision with bilateral pedicled nasolabial flaps, which have better color, texture, thickness, and symmetry. METHODS: The authors present a case of severe nasal tip rhinophyma successfully treated by excision and repair with bilateral pedicled nasolabial flaps. This procedure combines deep excision of the focal lesion and coverage with bilateral nasolabial flaps. RESULTS: The bilateral pedicled nasolabial flaps were used for severe rhinophyma in a patient. After the operation, the flaps survived uneventfully in this study. Both functional and aesthetic results were satisfactory at 3 months. CONCLUSION: The authors offer an effective method for surgical treatment of rhinophyma. Excision of hypertrophic nasal tissue is an acknowledged effective treatment for patients with severe rhinophyma. After excision, reconstruction with nasolabial flaps results in satisfactory outcomes both functionally and aesthetically. Therefore, this approach should be considered an appropriate alternative in cases of severe rhinophyma. PMID: 30998589 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  2. Related Articles [The value of reflectance confocal microscopy in detection of Demodex mites]. Ann Dermatol Venereol. 2017 Jun - Jul;144(6-7):459-461 Authors: Harmelin Y, Le Duff F, Passeron T, Lacour JP, Bahadoran P PMID: 28347561 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] {url} = URL to article
  3. Related Articles Do Dermatologic Diagnosis Change in Hot vs. Cold Periods of The Year? A Sub-Analysis of the DIADERM National Sample (Spain 2016). Actas Dermosifiliogr. 2019 Apr 11;: Authors: Gonzalez-Cantero A, Arias-Santiago S, Buendía-Eisman A, Molina-Leyva A, Gilaberte Y, Fernández-Crehuet P, Husein-ElAhmed H, Viera-Ramírez A, Fernández-Peñas P, Taberner R, Descalzo MA, García-Doval I Abstract BACKGROUND: Knowledge of seasonal variation of cutaneous disorder may be useful for heath planning and disease management. To date, however, descriptions of seasonality including all diagnoses in a representative country sample are very scarce. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate if clinical dermatologic diagnosis in Spain change in the hot vs. cold periods. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Survey based on a random sample of dermatologists in Spain, stratified by area. Each participant collected data during 6 days of clinical activity in 2016 (3 in the cold period of the year, 3 in the hot period). Clinical diagnoses were coded using ICD-10. RESULTS: With a 62% response proportion, we got data on 10999 clinical diagnoses. ICD-10 diagnostic groups that showed changes were: other benign neoplasms of skin (D23), rosacea (L71) and other follicular disorders (L73), which were more common in the hot period and acne (L70) which was more frequent in the cold period. We describe differences in the paediatric population and in private vs. public practice. Some of these differences might be associated to differences in the population demanding consultations in different periods. CONCLUSIONS: The frequency of most clinical diagnosis made by dermatologists does not change over the year. Just a few of the clinical diagnoses made by dermatologists show a variation in hot vs. cold periods. These variations could be due to the diseases themselves or to seasonal changes in the demand for consultation. PMID: 30982569 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  4. Treatment of Rhinophyma With Surgical Excision and Amniotic Membrane. J Craniofac Surg. 2019 Apr 10;: Authors: Yoo JJ, Thaller SR Abstract Rhinophyma is a phenotypic subtype of rosacea affecting the nose. It is characterized by phymatous changes, skin thickening/fibrosis, glandular hyperplasia, and chronic inflammation. Treatment of severe rhinophyma is predominantly surgical excision with closure by secondary intention. Amniotic membrane has been used to promote wound healing, fibrosis, and inflammation. In this case study, the authors present a 63-year-old male with longstanding rhinophyma treated with surgical excision with intraoperative placement of amniotic membrane. PMID: 30985502 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  5. Abnormal glucocorticoid synthesis in the lesional skin of erythematotelangiectatic rosacea. J Invest Dermatol. 2019 Apr 09;: Authors: Hong JS, Han S, Lee JS, Lee C, Choi MH, Kim YK, Seo EY, Chung JH, Cho S PMID: 30978355 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  6. Prevalence of cutaneous comorbidities in psoriatic patients and their impact on quality of life. Eur J Dermatol. 2019 Apr 10;: Authors: Caldarola G, De Simone C, Talamonti M, Moretta G, Fossati B, Bianchi L, Fargnoli MC, Peris K Abstract In contrast to the evidence for systemic co-morbidities, relatively few studies have examined the prevalence of cutaneous inflammatory co-morbidities in psoriatic patients. We conducted an observational multi-site study to measure the prevalence of cutaneous co-morbidities in adult patients with plaque psoriasis and to assess the relative impact on quality of life (QOL). Each patient attending one of the study clinics over a period of six months was evaluated to assess the presence of any concomitant skin inflammatory disease other than psoriasis at the time of the visit. Patients were also asked to complete QOL surveys at the initial visit, using DLQI, SF36, Skindex 29, and PDI. A total of 118 study participants (21.1%) had a cutaneous comorbidity. The most common cutaneous co-morbidities were rosacea (23 cases; 4.1%) and acne vulgaris (22 cases; 3.9%). Psoriatic patients with co-existing skin diseases had a worse QOL than those without, as evidenced by DLQI, Skindex 29, and PDI scores. Dermatologists should take a global approach to manage psoriatic patients by carefully evaluating the skin for any disorder and providing treatment to achieve "clean" skin. PMID: 30973328 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  7. [Teledermatology in Switzerland : Set-up for and examples of dermatological treatment from a telemedicine center]. Hautarzt. 2019 Apr 10;: Authors: Maltagliati-Holzner P Abstract BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In Switzerland, telemedicine has been an integral part of the health care system for many years and plays a significant role in basic medical care. Telemedicine is particularly suitable for skin diseases, thanks to the possibility of diagnostic imaging. The aim of this article is to point to services and structures needed using the example of a successful telemedicine center (Medgate Tele Clinic, Basel, Switzerland) and to illustrate the wide range of applications of telemedicine available in Switzerland based on examples from teledermatology. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This article describes how a telemedicine center functions, with particular emphasis on teledermatology. As examples, some of the dermatological disorders that have been treated only using teledermatology will be presented. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: In about half of all cases, physicians working at the above-mentioned telemedicine center can complete treatment of their patients over the phone or video, so that no further appointment with a doctor is necessary. Many dermatological problems (such as pityriasis versicolor, perioral dermatitis or rosacea without eye involvement) can be treated particularly well with telemedicine. PMID: 30969351 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  8. Preparation of in situ hydrogels loaded with azelaic acid nanocrystals and their dermal application performance study. Int J Pharm. 2019 Apr 06;: Authors: Tomić I, Juretić M, Jug M, Pepić I, Čižmek BC, Filipović-Grčić J Abstract Azelaic acid (AZA) is a dicarboxylic acid that is topically used in the treatment of acne and rosacea since it possesses antibacterial and keratolytic activity. The primary objective of this study was to develop an AZA nanocrystal suspension. It is expected that improved solubility and dissolution rate will result in advanced biopharmaceutical properties, primarily the dermal bioavailability. Furthermore, a topical nanocrystal AZA-loaded hydrogels composed of Pluronic® F127 and hyaluronic acid mixture that are able to deliver AZA into the stratum corneum and deeper skin layers were considered. This study was conducted in order to: 1) determine the effect of non-ionic Polysorbate 60 on the stabilization and particle size of the AZA nanocrystals, as well as the effect of Pluronic® F127, used as an in situ gelation agent, and hyaluronic acid on the viscoelastic properties and the drug release of composed hydrogels, 2) determine the relationship between the rheological properties of the gels and the penetration of AZA into the stratum corneum. The composed hydrogels revealed pseudoplastic flow behaviour. The increase in Pluronic® F127 concentration induced a domination of elastic over viscous behaviour of the gels. The gel containing 15% of Pluronic® F127, 1% of hyaluronic acid and lyophilised 10% nanocrystal AZA suspension was considered to be an optimal formulation, since it possessed the rheological and drug delivery properties desirable for an in situ gelling platform for dermal application. PMID: 30965120 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  9. [THE RATIONALE FOR THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF DEMODEX FOLLICULORUM IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF ROSACEA]. Georgian Med News. 2019 Feb;(287):95-98 Authors: Tsiskarishvili T, Katsitadze A, Tsiskarishvili N, Chitanava L Abstract The purpose of the study was to study the frequency of detection and population density of the mite in rosacea patients depending on the clinical form, the location of the morphological elements on the face and some parameters of the functional state of the skin. We observed 55 patients (38 women and 17 men) aged from 30 to 65 years old with disease duration from 6 months to 10 years. According to clinical forms, 35 had PPR and 20 - ETR (erythematous - telangiectatic rosacea). By location of the rash elements, the following types are distinguished: central, medial, asymmetric, lateral, and total. The mite was identified by a microscopic method. The functions of the skin barrier of the face skin: moisture, oiliness, dryness were determined using a bio-impedance analyzer (BIA). As shown by the results of the study of the above parameters in the observed patients, a high density of the mite population (> 5 per cm2) was noted in cases of total, medial and central type of their location. This indicator was in direct correlation with parameters such as skin fat content and moisture. 75% of patients in this group were diagnosed with PPR. In the group of patients with medium and low population density of mites (<5 per cm2), the lateral, asymmetric and central type of their location were dominated in 65% ​​of patients with ETNR. This group of patients showed low levels of skin fat and moisture, relatively high rates of dryness. Thus, the population density of the mites is dependent on the intensity of the anatomical location of the sebaceous glands of the face skin. An analysis of the results obtained in the study of the role of mite in the pathogenesis of rosacea led us to the conclusion: in rosacea patients, a correlation was found between the increase in the population density of mites, the type of element arrangement and the severity of dermatosis, which proves the role of the mite as one of the most frequent but not obligatory pathogenetic factors in the development of this dermatosis, especially its papulopustular form. PMID: 30958297 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  10. Dapsone for Unresponsive Granulomatous Rosacea. Am J Ther. 2019 Apr 01;: Authors: Merlo G, Cozzani E, Russo R, Parodi A PMID: 30946045 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  11. Related Articles A Case Report of Fulminant Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Caused by Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) Complicated by Iodine-Induced Thyrotoxicosis. Diabetes Ther. 2019 Apr 01;: Authors: Wang J, Gao X, Li Y, Ping F Abstract A 46-year-old woman presented with rash, fever, lymphadenopathy, eosinophilia and liver dysfunction. She had been treated with ornidazole for facial rosacea 2 months previously. Two weeks following presentation, she developed diabetic ketoacidosis with exhausted beta islets (2 h postprandial laboratory values: glucose 22.0 mmol/L, C-peptide < 0.017 nmol/L, proinsulin < 0.23 pmol/L) and negative autoantibodies. Several days thereafter, after having undergone an enhanced computed tomography examination to screen for malignancy, the patient developed thyrotoxicosis with a low iodine absorption rate and super-high urine and serum levels of iodine. The patient was ultimately diagnosed with drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms (DRESS), a hypersensitivity reaction to drugs. Studies have shown that immune dysregulation during DRESS renders patients susceptible to new diseases. Here we report a patient who recovered from DRESS but developed fulminant type 1 diabetes complicated with iodine-induced thyrotoxicosis. This case report sheds light on the pathogenesis of DRESS and its sequelae and illustrates that patients with DRESS require long-term care and follow-up. PMID: 30937841 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  12. Related Articles Effect of recombinant bovine basic fibroblast growth factor gel on repair of rosacea skin lesions: A randomized, single-blind and vehicle-controlled study. Exp Ther Med. 2019 Apr;17(4):2725-2733 Authors: Luo Y, Luan XL, Sun YJ, Zhang L, Zhang JH Abstract The aim of the present study was to assess the effect of topical use of recombinant bovine basic fibroblast growth factor (rbFGF) gel on the repair of facial skin lesions in patients with rosacea. In the present single-blind study, a total of 1,287 patients with Demodex mite-induced rosacea who received treatment with ornidazole tablets were randomized to rbFGF gel treatment group (n=651) or control group (n=636) without revealing the group identity. Patients in the treatment group were treated with topical application of rbFGF gel over the skin lesions (0.2 g/cm2) for up to 8 weeks, whereas patients in the control group received gel vehicle treatment unless ulceration occurred. Skin lesions of all patients were scored prior to and following treatment with rbFGF gel and subjected to histological analysis. All patients were followed up for 6 months. Significant improvement in the total effective rates for erythema, papules, desquamation and dryness were observed in the rbFGF treatment group. At the end of the 2, 4 and 6 months of follow-up, the total effective rates for patients in the treatment group were significantly higher than those in the control group (81.67 vs. 28.84%; 85.11 vs. 40.81%, and 96.56 vs. 55.82%, respectively). Following treatment for 6 months, none of the patients in the rbFGF group exhibited ulceration or scar formation. In the control group, 61% of patients experienced exacerbation of skin lesions, of which, 12% exhibited ulceration and were treated with rbFGF gel to prevent scar formation. Histological analysis revealed gradual reduction in epidermal hyperplasia and resolution of dermal edema in skin lesions treated with rbFGF gel. In conclusion, rbFGF gel may improve the repair of facial rosacea skin lesions in patients treated with anti-Demodex. PMID: 30930972 [PubMed] {url} = URL to article
  13. Related Articles Acne and Rosacea: Special Considerations in the Treatment of Patients With Latin American Ancestry J Drugs Dermatol. 2019 Mar 01;18(3):s124-126 Authors: Florez-White M Abstract Acne is a common disease among patients with Latin American ancestry. Its presentation is very similar to that in all skin types, but nodulocystic acne is more frequent in patients with oily and darker skin than in white Caucasians. Acne sequelae in patients with Latin American ancestry and with darker skin include postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) and atrophic and hypertrophic scars or keloids, with PIH being the most common complication affecting the quality of life of patients. Lately, more attention has been paid to rosacea in patients with darker skin. It has been seen that some of the patients, especially women, diagnosed with adult acne and who did not respond to treatment, were actually patients with rosacea. It is important to recognize the clinical characteristics of this disease in patients with darker skin in whom erythema and telangiectasia are difficult to observe. Here, we present the most relevant clinical characteristics of both diseases, as well as their treatment in patients with darker skin with Latin American ancestry. J Drugs Dermatol. 2019;18(3 Suppl):s124-126. PMID: 30909359 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  14. Rosácea infantil. Bol Med Hosp Infant Mex. 2019;76(2):95-99 Authors: Bernal LE, Zarco AP, Campos P, Arenas R Abstract Background: Rosacea is a chronic inflammatory skin condition that usually occurs in adults and rarely has been reported in children, although both subtypes share the same clinical characteristics. Case report: A 10-year-old female presented dermostosis on the face, affecting cheeks and nose, characterized by erythema, papules, pustules, scars of two years of evolution, as well as bilateral conjunctivitis, blepharitis and corneal opacity. She referred recurrent exacerbations and partial remission of cutaneous lesions and ocular symptoms related to sun exposure. She responded dramatically to systemic and topical antibiotics. Conclusions: Childhood rosacea should be distinguished from other most common erythematous facial disorders, such as acne, granulomatous perioral dermatitis, and sarcoidosis. The distribution of papulopustular facial lesions together with the presence of telangiectasia, flushing and the ocular findings allow the differentiation of rosacea from other facial eruptions. PMID: 30907384 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  15. Treating Acne With Topical Antibiotics: Current Obstacles and the Introduction of Topical Minocycline as a New Treatment Option J Drugs Dermatol. 2019 Mar 01;18(3):240-244 Authors: Bonati LM, Dover JS Abstract Oral antibiotics are well established treatments for acne vulgaris but are associated with undesirable side effects. Topical antibiotics offer an improved safety profile but have led to an alarming rise in worldwide P. acnes resistance. Fortunately, a new class of topical minocycline products has been developed for the treatment of acne and rosacea that decreases the risk for antibiotic resistance while maintaining safety and efficacy. Recent clinical studies have demonstrated that a hydrophilic minocycline gel (BPX-01) and a lipophilic minocycline foam (FMX101) both reduced acne lesion counts with negligible systemic absorption. Head-to-head studies have yet to be completed, but the hydrophilic gel studies reported greater treatment efficacy than the lipophilic foam studies. J Drugs Dermatol. 2019;18(3):240-244. PMID: 30909327 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  16. Comparative effectiveness of purpuragenic 595 nm pulsed dye laser versus sequential emission of 595 nm pulsed dye laser and 1,064 nm Nd:YAG laser: a double-blind randomized controlled study. Acta Dermatovenerol Alp Pannonica Adriat. 2019 Mar;28(1):1-5 Authors: Campos MA, Sousa AC, Varela P, Baptista A, Menezes N Abstract INTRODUCTION: Erythematotelangiectatic rosacea is a common condition in Caucasians. The most frequently used lasers to treat this condition are pulsed dye laser (PDL) and neodymium:yttrium-aluminum-garnet laser (Nd:YAG). This study compares the treatment efficacy of purpuragenic PDL with that of sequential emission of 595 nm PDL and 1,064 nm Nd:YAG (multiplexed PDL/Nd:YAG). METHODS: We performed a prospective, randomized, and controlled split-face study. Both cheeks were treated, with side randomization to receive treatment with PDL or multiplexed PDL/Nd:YAG. Efficacy was evaluated by spectrophotometric measurement, visual photograph evaluation, the Dermatology Quality of Life Index questionnaire, and a post-treatment questionnaire. RESULTS: Twenty-seven patients completed the study. Treatment was associated with a statistically significant improvement in quality of life (p < 0.001). PDL and multiplexed PDL/Nd:YAG modalities significantly reduced the erythema index (EI; p < 0.05). When comparing the degree of EI reduction, no differences were observed between the two treatment modalities. PDL was associated with a higher degree of pain and a higher percentage of purpura. Multiplexed PDL/Nd:YAG modality was associated with fewer side effects and greater global satisfaction, and 96.3% of the patients would recommend this treatment to a friend. CONCLUSIONS: Both laser modalities are efficacious in the treatment of erythematotelangiectatic rosacea. The multiplexed PDL/Nd:YAG modality was preferred by the patients. PMID: 30901061 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  17. Related Articles Skin diseases are more common than we think: screening results of an unreferred population at the Munich Oktoberfest. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2019 Mar 19;: Authors: Tizek L, Schielein MC, Seifert F, Biedermann T, Böhner A, Zink A Abstract BACKGROUND: Skin diseases are ranked as the fourth most common cause of human illness, resulting in an enormous non-fatal burden. Despite this, many affected people do not consult a physician. Accordingly, the actual skin disease burden might be even higher since reported prevalence rates are typically based on secondary data that exclude individuals who do not seek medical care. OBJECTIVE: The aim of the study was to investigate the prevalence of skin diseases in an unreferred population in a real-life setting. METHODS: A cross-sectional study of 9 days duration was performed in 2016 at the 'Bavarian Central Agricultural Festival', which is part of the Munich Oktoberfest. As part of a public health check-up, screening examinations were performed randomly on participating visitors. All participants were 18 years or older and provided written informed consent. RESULTS: A total of 2701 individuals (53.5% women, 46.2% men; mean age 51.9 ± 15.3 years) participated in the study. At least one skin abnormality was observed in 1662 of the participants (64.5%). The most common diagnoses were actinic keratosis (26.6%), rosacea (25.5%) and eczema (11.7%). Skin diseases increased with age and were more frequent in men (72.3%) than in women (58.0%). Clinical examinations showed that nearly two-thirds of the affected participants were unaware of their abnormal skin findings. CONCLUSION: Skin diseases might be more common than previously estimated based on the secondary data of some sub-populations. Further information and awareness campaigns are needed to improve people's knowledge and reduce the global burden associated with skin diseases. PMID: 30891839 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  18. Fractionated Carbon Dioxide Laser Resurfacing as an Ideal Treatment Option for Severe Rhinophyma: A Case Report and Discussion. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2019 Jan;12(1):24-27 Authors: Comeau V, Goodman M, Kober MM, Buckley C Abstract Rhinophyma is a progressive, disfiguring condition that affects the nose and is caused by the hypertrophy of sebaceous glands and connective tissue. Although its exact pathogenesis remains unclear, it is generally thought to be a subtype of the chronic, inflammatory condition rosacea. To date, oral and topical treatments have been largely ineffective at treating rhinophyma. Laser resurfacing is an emerging treatment modality that offers hope for patients with severe rhinophyma. We present a case of rhinophyma treated via fractionated carbon dioxide laser resurfacing with impressive results, excellent tolerability, and minimal downtime. PMID: 30881573 [PubMed] {url} = URL to article
  19. Effective Treatment of Morbihan's Disease with Long-term Isotretinoin: A Report of Three Cases. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2019 Jan;12(1):32-34 Authors: Olvera-Cortés V, Pulido-Díaz N Abstract Morbihan's disease is characterized by the presence of chronic and persistent edema of the periorbital tissue, forehead, glabella, nose, and cheeks. In some cases, it is related to acne and rosacea, but its exact etiology remains unknown. A defined therapeutic approach has yet to be established for the treatment of Morbihan's disease. To date, the systemic and surgical options attempted have not been very successful and/or do not yield sustained results. Isotretinoin is a key systemic treatment used for the treatment of various skin conditions. However, there are few reports of isotretinoin being used to treat Morbihan's disease. Here, we present the details of three patients with Morbihan's disease who were successfully treated long-term with isotretinoin. PMID: 30881575 [PubMed] {url} = URL to article
  20. [Acne, rosacea, seborrheic dermatitis]. Rev Prat. 2018 Oct;68(8):e303-e309 Authors: Badaoui A, Mahé E Abstract PMID: 30869466 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  21. [Ocular and cutaneous rosacea in a child]. Arch Argent Pediatr. 2019 Apr 01;117(2):e170-e172 Authors: Di Matteo MC, Stefano PC, Cirio A, López B, Centeno M, Bocian M, Cervini AB Abstract Rosacea is a chronic skin disease characterized by erythema, telangiectasia, papules and pustules in the central facial region. It most often affects adults and is rare in children. Rosacea can also present ocular involvement. Symptoms can precede cutaneous findings, appear simultaneously or after them, with a higher risk of ocular complications in children. Because of low prevalence of rosacea in childhood, the diagnosis is frequently delayed. We report a 1-year-old boy with ocular and cutaneous rosacea who developed corneal opacities and visual impairment. Early diagnosis and treatment is considerable to avoid sequels. PMID: 30869500 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article
  22. Related Articles New indications for topical ivermectin 1% cream: a case series study. Postepy Dermatol Alergol. 2019 Feb;36(1):58-62 Authors: Barańska-Rybak W, Kowalska-Olędzka E Abstract Introduction: Topical ivermectin is an effective treatment for inflammatory papulopustular rosacea in adults. Positive therapeutic effects of ivermectin due to its potential anti-inflammatory properties could be achieved in the other facial dermatoses. Aim: To assess the efficacy of topical ivermectin 1% cream therapy in mild and moderate perioral dermatitis (PD), seborrheic dermatitis (SD) and acne vulgaris (AV). Material and methods: The study comprising 20 patients diagnosed with PD (8), SD (8) and AV (4) was conducted between November 2016 and July 2017. Two scales were applied to establish efficacy of the treatment: Investigator Global Assessment score (IGA) and Patient Global Assessment of Treatment (PGA). Results: All patients responded to the treatment with topical ivermectin very well with a gradual reduction in inflammatory skin lesions. Complete or almost complete clearance (IGA score 0-1) was achieved in 20 cases. Four patients with PD achieved IGA 0-1 after 4 weeks of treatment, 1 patient after 5 weeks, 2 patients after 6 weeks and 1 patient after 12 weeks. In the total group of 8 patients with SD, 4 presented IGA 0 after 4 weeks of therapy, while 4 patients demonstrated IGA 1 after 6 weeks. Patients with AV required 8 and 10 weeks to obtain IGA 1. Nineteen patients of the studied group reported "very good" or "excellent" response to the therapy, only one patient with AV assessed therapy with topical ivermectin as "good". The adverse events were transient and manifested as mild-moderate desquamation, stinging and burning in 2 patients with PD. Conclusions: Topical ivermectin was well tolerated and beneficial for treatment of mild and moderate PD, SD and AV. PMID: 30858780 [PubMed] {url} = URL to article
  23. Related Articles Treatment of granulomatous rosacea with chromophore gel-assisted phototherapy. Photodermatol Photoimmunol Photomed. 2019 Mar 10;: Authors: Liu RC, Makhija M, Wong XL, Sebaratnam DF Abstract Granulomatous rosacea is a variant of rosacea characterized by discrete erythematous papules most commonly affecting the central face. It is a rare condition reported primarily in middle-aged women, and tends to have a chronic course often recalcitrant to therapy. We report a case of granulomatous rosacea treated with chromophore gel-assisted phototherapy (CGAP). This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. PMID: 30854732 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  24. Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Diseases in Female Rosacea Patients: A Nested Case-control Study. Acta Derm Venereol. 2019 Mar 08;: Authors: Sinikumpu SP, Jokelainen J, Auvinen J, Puukka K, Kaikkonen K, Tasanen K, Huilaja L PMID: 30848290 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
  25. Characterization of the Blood Microbiota in Korean Females with Rosacea. Dermatology. 2019 Mar 07;:1-5 Authors: Yun Y, Kim HN, Chang Y, Lee Y, Ryu S, Shin H, Kim WS, Kim HL, Nam JH PMID: 30844814 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] {url} = URL to article
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