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Rosacea Granulomatosis in a Neutropenic Leukemic Patient

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  • Rosacea Granulomatosis in a Neutropenic Leukemic Patient

    Rosacea granulomatosis is a common, chronic skin disorder that primarily affects the central face, namely the cheek, nose, chin, and central forehead. Although rosacea is mainly a disorder of innate and adaptive immunity, a variety of endogenous and exogenous triggers such as Demodex may stimulate it. Often found as commensal organisms in human skin, Demodex ​​​​​​​can be parasitic if there is a change in the host's cutaneous environment. This is especially relevant for immunosuppressed...

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