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Epidemiological profile of rosacea in dermatology outpatient clinics in Brazil: an observational report from the Brazilian study group on rosacea Volume 33, issue 1, January-February 2023

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1 Hospital do Servidor Público Municipal de São Paulo. Rua Castro Alves 60, 5° andar sala 52, São Paulo, SP, 01532001, Brazil
2 Fundação de Medicina Tropical Dr Heitor Vieira Dourado. Av. Pedro Teixeira, s/n - Manaus – AM – 69040-000, Brazil
3 Centro de Dermatologia Dona Libania. R. Pedro I, 1033 - Fortaleza – CE – 60035-100, Brazil
4 Hospital São Lucas da PUCRS. Av. Ipiranga, 6681 - Porto Alegre – RS – 90619-900, Brazil
5 Hospital Regional da Asa Norte. Setor Médico Hospitalar Norte Q 2 - Brasília – DF – 70710-100, Brazil
6 Universidade Federal do Paraná. Rua João Negrão, 280 - Curitiba – Paraná - 80010-200, Brazil
7 Hospital Universitário de Brasília. Setor de Grandes Áreas Norte 605 - Brasília – DF – 70840-901, Brazil
8 Serviço de Dermatologia do Hospital Universitário Walter Cantidio-UFCE. Rua Pastor Samuel Munguba, 1290 - Fortaleza – CE – 60430-370, Brazil
9 Fundação do ABC - Faculdade de Medicina do ABC. Av. Lauro Gomes, 2000 - Santo André – SP –09060-870, Brazil
10 Universidade Federal da Bahia - Hospital Universitário Professor Edgar Santos. R. Dr. Augusto Viana, s/n - Salvador – BA – 40110-060, Brazil
11 Serviço de Dermatologia do Hospital Federal de Bonsucesso. Av. Londres, 616 – prédio 6 – 2° andar – Rio de Janeiro – RJ – 21041-030, Brazil
12 Setor de Dermatologia do Hospital de Força Aérea do Galeão. Estrada do Galeão, 4101 - Rio de Janeiro – RJ –21941-353, Brazil
13 Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - Serviço de Dermatologia. Av. Prof. Moraes Rego, 1235 - Recife - PE – Brazil, 50670-901, Brazil
* Reprints: Maria Victoria Suarez

Rosacea, a chronic facial and ocular inflammatory disease, is readily visible with consequential adverse psychosocial impact. It alternates between periods of remission and exacerbation, and is characterized by the presence of four main clinical signs: flushing, erythema, papules and/or pustules and telangiectasias [1–3]. Rosacea is a phenotypically heterogenous disease and the most commonly affected region includes the central facial and ophthalmological areas where manifestations can be noticed [...]