American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A chronic dermatitis of the face, especially of the nose and cheeks, characterized by a red or rosy coloration, caused by dilation of capillaries, and the appearance of acnelike pimples. Also called acne rosacea.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. a skin disease of adults (more often women) in which blood vessels of the face enlarge resulting in a flushed appearance
- New Latin (acne) rosācea, rose-colored (acne), from Latin, feminine of rosāceus, made of roses; see rosaceous. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“But alas, my champion pepper chomping may have hit an end as rosacea is exacerbated byspicy foods.”
“In one of the few things the Roman parish isn't blessed with, Ss. Trinita dei Pellegrini does not have a solemn Mass set in rosacea.”
“Narragansett, R. I.There are a few well-known causes of constant facial flushing: certain daily drugs; a skin condition called rosacea; a handful of rare disorders, including blood, thyroid, and kidney cancers; and a slow-growing tumor called a carcinoid.”
“—F.G.W., Narragansett, R.I.There are a few well-known causes of constant facial flushing: certain daily drugs; a skin condition called rosacea; a handful of rare disorders, including blood, thyroid, and kidney cancers; and a slow-growing tumor called a carcinoid.”
“For instance, if somebody has blood vessels on their face, and around their nose especially, or they have a disease called rosacea, well then I would recommend a specific laser to treat those blood vessels.”
“I have been plagued with a skin condition called rosacea for years.”
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“The condition worsens for those who exercise outdoors, as the cold air can leave skin itchy, red and prone to rash, and, in some cases, exacerbate problems such as rosacea and eczema.”
“The chronic skin condition of rosacea which is medically known as acne rosacea affects around 1\% of the population; it normally affects adults between the ages of 30 to 40 with fair skin.”
“Whether a person's spider veins are caused by sun exposure, genetics or a skin condition such as rosacea, this product soothes and reduces their appearance.”
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