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Clinical Dermatology


Розацеята е хронично заболяване на кожата, което се изразява със зачервяване на лицето или други части от тялото, вкл. симптоми подобни на акне, подуване и др.


По-често се наблюдава при хора на възраст между 30-60 год., със светла кожа и очи.


Засяга предимно женския пол.


Причините за клиничната изява на розацея са не добре проучени, но съществуват няколко обособени причини:

Rosacea is a chronic skin disease that manifests as redness on the face or other parts of the body, including acne-like symptoms, swelling, etc. It is more often observed in people aged between 30-60 years, with fair skin and eyes. It mainly affects the female sex.


The causes of the clinical appearance of rosacea are not well understood, but there are several specific causes:

  • Genetic predisposition (family burden);
  • Immune reaction to Bacillus oleronius (a type of bacteria);
  • Mites (demodex) that live on the surface of the skin;
  • Helicobacter pylori - a bacterium , which causes infections along the course of the gastrointestinal tract.


A number of additional factors can worsen the clinical course - exposure to sunlight, stress, heat, alcohol, spicy foods, certain skin and hair care products, makeup products, etc. It is recommended to try to find out all the reasons that can aggravate the condition in order to take the most correct treatment and behavior.


At this stage, rosacea cannot be completely cured. However, there are different ways to treat and control it.


The goal of therapy is:

  • Reduction or elimination of clinical signs on the skin;
  • Alleviation of discomfort;
  • Prevention of worsening of symptoms.


Treatment options include:

  • Topical and oral antibiotics;
  • Acne medications;
  • Laser therapy can help reduce redness by treating dilated blood vessels, and more.


For more information about the possibility of performing a clinical examination and consultation by a specialist clinical dermatologist in case of suspicion of rosacea, you can contact your doctor or call MC MARKOVS.