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Misleading Terminology Continues to Confuse Rosaceans
Acne Rosacea Topics Discussed Below
- Acne Rosacea Misconception
- Main problem with this misconception
I. Acne Rosacea Misconception
Rosacea is caused by Abnormalities in Sebaceous
Glands and Skin Micro-Organisms -- thus Leading to the Erroneous
Term 'Acne Rosacea'
is a common misconception. General physicians often 'see' superficial
symptoms such as facial papules and pustules, and automatically
assume that rosacea is a disorder of facial microorganisms and/or
sebaceous glands (e.g. Acne Rosacea). This assumption is incorrect.
In the average rosacea sufferer, facial microorganisms and sebaceous
glands are completely normal.
specialists have performed in-depth studies on both facial bacteria
and mites, and have conclusively demonstrated that these microorganisms
do not play a significant role in the development or progression
of rosacea. For specific details on these studies, I refer
the reader to the sections, "Facial Bacteria", and, "Facial
Demodex Mites", in Chapter 5. .
experts have also performed exhaustive studies on facial sebaceous
glands and hair follicles (pores), and have concluded that neither
of these play a significant role in the development or progression
of rosacea in the average sufferer. For more
details on these studies, I refer the reader to the above reference,
"Sebaceous Gland, Skin Lipid and Hair Follicle Disorders".
Main Problem with this Misconception
physicians who believe that rosacea is primarily a skin disease
often treat their rosacea patients with harsh rosacea skin products that are topical medications
designed to clear bacteria, sebaceous glands, and pores. These physicians
do not realize that these rosacea skin treatments are generally too harsh for
rosacea skin, and may worsen the underlying vascular disease. These
physicians must understand that rosacea is first and foremost
a disorder of the facial blood vessels -- rosacea is not a
skin disorder of facial microorganisms or sebaceous glands.