acne rosacea


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acne rosacea

[′ak·nē rō′zā·shə]
(medicine)
A form of acne occurring in older persons and seen as reddened inflamed areas on the forehead, nose, and cheeks.
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The etiology of acne rosacea remains uncertain, although the prevailing view holds it to be primarily a vascular phenomenon associated with inflammatory processes.
Frank Massino, Chief Executive Officer of Senetek commented, "The data collected through the comparative analysis of Pyratine 6 and Kinetin has given us significant reason to focus our efforts on taking the strategic steps necessary to launch Pyratine 6 commercially as an anti-aging compound as well as initiate clinical trials to prove that Pyratine 6 can also be used as an effective treatment for Acne Rosacea.
The American Academy of Dermatology* advises patients who suffer from acne vulgaris and acne rosacea to protect their skin using a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher," stated Daniel Glassman, President and CEO of Bradley Pharmaceuticals.
None of the references submitted by CollaGenex in its request for a continued examination relate to the use of non-antimicrobial tetracyclines for the treatment of acne and acne rosacea.
ACNE rosacea is an inflammatory condition of the skin that causes redness over the nose, cheeks, forehead and chin.
patent application relating to the use of sub-antimicrobial and non-antimicrobial tetracyclines for the treatment of acne and acne rosacea, including Oracea and incyclinide, the outcome of the USPTO's review of such patent application and whether such patent application will issue as a patent, may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
Q MY brother is 65 and has had Acne Rosacea for 15 years.
This application relates to the use of sub-antimicrobial and non-antimicrobial tetracyclines for the treatment of acne and acne rosacea, including Oracea(TM) and incyclinide.
ATHERE are two types of acne - acne rosacea and acne vulgaris.
My husband suffers from acne rosacea, but nothing the doctor prescribes seems to help.