A common skin disease that causes redness and swelling on the face.
is an "adult form" of acne which is characterized by a chronic inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, and forehead. Pimples and pustules may also occur, and in some patients enlargement of the oil glands of the nose results in enlargement of the nose, or rhinophyma.
A facial skin disorder which results from chronic inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, and-or eyelids. This is often demonstrated by increased redness or acne-like eruptions in these locations on the face.
a recurring inflammatory disorder of the skin of the nose, cheeks, and forehead that is characterized by swelling, dilation of capillaries, pimples, and a reddened appearance. Also called acne rosacea
is a facial rash that occurs in middle aged men and women - especially those with fair-skin, blue eyes and of Celtic origin. Rosacea affects the cheeks, nose and forehead - rarely does it involve the trunk and upper limbs.
a chronic condition affecting the skin of the face, and the eyelids
a chronic disease that affects the skin and sometimes the eyes
a chronic inflammatory facial condition caused by hyperreactivity of facial capillaries
a condition that affects the skin of the face, mostly the area where people blush
a fairly common annoying face rash of adults
a skin condition which presents itself as a persistent flushing of the face, the nose and of the area around the nose
A pathological skin condition in which facial skin texture and quality is damaged because of broken blood vessels in the facial area.
Common skin condition that causes redness and swelling on the face. Often referred to as "adult acne," rosacea may begin as a tendency to flush or blush easily, and progress to persistent redness in the center of the face that may gradually involve the cheeks, forehead, chin and nose. It also may involve the ears, chest and back. As the disease progresses, small blood vessels and tiny pimples, some of which contain pus, begin to appear on and around the reddened area; however, unlike acne, there are no blackheads. In more advanced cases of rosacea, a condition called rhinophyme may develop. The oil glands enlarge causing a bulbous, enlarged red nose and puffy cheeks. Thick bumps can develop on the lower half of the nose and nearby cheeks.
Found in adults between 30 and 60 years of age, rosacea is an acne-like condition that appears only in areas that are likely to flush when we're embarrassed, excited or hot — primarily the face, neck and chest. The skin is bumpy, red and oily in appearance, and may also involve papules and pustules.
A chronic, inflammatory Acne-like condition of the face.
is a type of acne that is identified by rosy or reddened cheeks. It is a chronic disorder and can get progressively worse. It is now believed that human demodex (Demodex folliculorum) a small parasite causes this skin rash that usually appears on the face. This parasite can multiply quite quickly, heightening the problem if left untreated.
a chronic skin disorder of middle-aged people, characterized by redness of the face accompanied by acne-like pimples and pustules.
A chronic inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids; which may cause redness, swelling or skin eruptions similar to acne. Also called acne erythematosa, acne rosacea.
a chronic dermatitis of the face, especially of the cheeks and nose, a flushed color caused by dilation of capillaries which can be accompanied by the appearance of pimples. There is no known cure, but treatments are available to keep it under control and manageable.
the distinctive facial rash seen in people over 25 that often looks like acne. Often it is due to mold exposure
a skin condition that results in redness around the cheek and nose area.
chronic neurovascular disorder that generally affects the facial skin; most common symptoms include facial redness and inflammation across the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead
A skin disorder that is characterized by patches of red skin on the nose and cheeks and acne-like bumps; most commonly occurs in middle-aged women.
a common skin condition characterized by redness, pimples, and broken blood vessels.
Causes the vessels to dilate too easily and stay dilated for longer periods of time or remain permanently dilated, resulting in flushing and redness. This is an acne like condtion. People of all ages can get rosacea but there is a higher instance in the 30-50 age group. The first signs of rosacea are said to be persisting redness due to exercise, changes in temperature, and cleansing.
A skin condition similar in appearance to acne, but usually affecting older people. A redness to cheeks and nose may develop, and dry eyes are fairly common with this condition.
A skin disease of the face characterized by flushing lesions and acne-like pus pimples.
a common skin disorder with characteristics including redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead and the presence of small visible blood vessels on the face
A skin disease of adults (more often women) in which blood vessels of the face enlarge resulting in a flushed appearance. [See: Allergic Reactions to Topical Fluorides
Skin condition typically involving the face that is characterized by flushing, red bumps and telangiectasia (dilated, visible capillaries); it is most common among fair-skinned women, who develop it in their 30s through 50s.
A red skin rash, more prevalent in women, that occurs on the cheeks, nose, forehead, and chin.
Pronounced rose-ay-shah. A chronic inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids; it may cause redness, vascularity (increased prominence of the blood vessels), swelling or hyperplasia (increase in size of the tissue), or skin eruptions similar to acne. Alternative names: Acne rosacea
acne rosacea or erythematosa; A form of skin inflammation (dermatitis) characterized by red or rosy coloration and the appearance of acnelike pimples. Usually involves the nose and cheeks. It is caused by vascular and follicular dilation.
Flush/blush reaction of the face caused by environment, or stress often with genetic roots. Rosacea is often accompanied by central face acne.
A chronic skin disease that affects the middle third of the face with persistent redness over the areas of the face and nose that normally blush: mainly the forehead, the chin and the lower half of the nose. The tiny blood vessels in these areas enlarge (dilate) and become more visible through the skin, appearing like tiny red lines (called telangiectasias). Pimples can occur that look like teenage acne . See the entire definition of Rosacea
A skin condition that is due to inflammation of parts of the face. Symptoms include facial flushing, facial redness, spots, eye problems and thickening of the skin. Not all symptoms occur in all cases.
A skin disease of unknown causes that causes an array of symptoms, including redness and puffiness on several areas of the face, including cheeks and nose. Rosacea cannot be cured, but treatment should be sought since the condition can worsen over time if not treated correctly or promptly.
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition involving inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead, or eyelids. It may appear as redness, prominent spider-like blood vessels, swelling, or skin eruptions similar to acne.
Inflammation of skin like acne.
Common facial skin disorder characterized by redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead; small visible blood vessels on the face, bumps, or pimples, and water or irritated eyes that usually affects people over 30.
A chronic form of acne showing increased redness or acne-like eruptions. A facial skin disorder characterized by erythema, papules, pustules and telangiectasia on the cheeks, nose, and chin, forehead and/or eyelids. The treatment of skin eruptions may include long-term treatment with topical antifungals, steroids, or antibiotics.
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Also known as Acne Rosacea or Adult Acne. A disorder involving chronic inflammation of the cheeks, nose, chin, forehead or eyelids. It may cause redness, vascularity, swelling or hyperplasia (increase size of tissue) or skin eruptions. (rosecea, roasacea, rosasea, rosesea, rosacia, rosecia)