Diagnosis and Management
This new guide provides physicians with the most current treatments to help alleviate the problems of facial redness in rosacea. Covering the structure and function of normal skin, this book also provides the basis for understanding the abnormalities that occur in these disorders and describes the different conditions that can result in facial redness.
The physiological underpinnings of rosacea are not clear; this new book demystifies this disease and provides physicians with a better understanding and the ability to improve patient outcomes. With more than 10% of the patient population diagnosed with rosacea, this new, up-to-date guide on the topic is a critical addition to any physician’s library.
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. Structure, Function, Type, and Sensitivity of Skin. 2. Flushing and Blushing. 3. Classification and Grading of Severity of Rosacea.. 4. Subtype 1 (Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea). 5. Subtype 2 (Papulopustular Rosacea). 6. Subtype 3 (Phymatous Rosacea). 8. Subtype 4 (Ocular Rosacea). 8. General Considerations.