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Topical dapsone in rosacea; disabling disorder managed by a team work

  • At: Istanbul (Turkey) (2009)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: SER, Filip (City Department for skin and venereal Diseases, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
  • Co-author(s): Djurovic, Dragan (Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Djordjevic, Brizita (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Stojsic, Radmila (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Gajdas, Mirjana (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Sarenac, Svetlana (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Pavlovic, Tina (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Celeketic, Zorana (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
    Petronijevic, Dragoslav (Pharmacy Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • Abstract:

    Rosacea is a chronic disorder of the unknown etiology that affects central face and neck. The facial lesions of rosaceous and perioral dermatitis often cause justifiable concern about personal appearance. Rosacea papules and cysts can be painful. Perioral papules may itch or cause burning sensation. Common is the complaint of facial heat and


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