Subtype 2: Persistent redness, swelling, bumps and pimples, burning sensation
Subtype 3: Thickening skin and enlargement, normally in nose area
Subtype 4: Eye irritation, burning sensation and red eyelids
The different subtypes of rosacea can have mild to severe symptoms. The latest research recommends that to be diagnosed with rosacea a patient must present persistent redness or phymatous changes. Additionally, two or more primary features are also considered diagnostic of rosacea.
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