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Alternate Names : Acne Rosacea

Rosacea | Symptoms & Signs | Diagnosis & Tests | Prevention & Expectations | Treatment & Monitoring

What are the signs and symptoms of the condition?

Symptoms of rosacea commonly include the following:

  • Inflamed, acne-like bumps are usually superficial but may be deep and painful. Some of the bumps may contain pus.
  • The inner cheeks and the skin across the bridge of the nose have a red, flushed look. The redness may also extend to the lower forehead and the chin, as well as the entire cheek area.
  • Oil glands in the skin on the nose thicken.
  • The skin on the cheeks and nose are mildly swollen.
  • Tiny blood vessels on the face are swollen.

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    Rosacea: Diagnosis & Tests

    Author: Lynn West, MD
    Reviewer: Sandy Keefe, RN, MSN
    Date Reviewed: 07/28/01

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