Subtypes of Rosacea
Medical experts have also identified four common patterns of rosacea signs and symptoms, known as subtypes. These are shown and described at the beginning of this booklet.
Although these patterns are common, many patients have characteristics of more than one subtype at the same time, and these often may develop in succession. While rosacea may or may not evolve from one subtype to another, each individual sign or symptom may progress from mild to moderate to severe. Early diagnosis and treatment are therefore recommended.
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