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Persistent edema of rosacea
Rosacea conglobata and rosacea fulminans
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Rhinophyma
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Treatment - Rhinophyma

Systemic

Oral tetracycline or isotretinoin may be tried during the early edematous stage, when hyperplasia of the sebaceous glands is evident

Surgical

Irreversible fibrotic changes require dermatosurgical procedures such as cryosurgery, dermashaving and electrosurgery.

Laser

CO2-Laser is used to shave off and vaporize fibrotic changes.


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Phymas in Rosacea



Rhinophyma is the most common form of phymas and mainly affects men. In general, it is a rare complication and seldom begins before the age of 40.
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