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  1. Medical.net - Well-known spasmolytic drug can suppress inflammatory response in astro

    Biologists from RUDN University confirmed that a well-known spasmolytic drug called hymecromone can suppress the inflammatory response in astrocytes, important glial cells of the central nervous...
  2. NIH - Facial dermatoses in the general population due to wearing of personal protecti

    Since SARS?COV?2 pandemic began, frontline healthcare workers demonstrated to develop facial dermatoses, such as acne, rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis, secondary to prolonged use of personal...
  3. Medical.net - Neuroinvasiveness of SARS-CoV-2 shown by viral RNA and inflammation in

    A new study describes the results of a macaque study that showed the development of neurological features of inflammation, following infection by SARS-CoV-2.

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  4. Medical.net - In Vivo Probes for Detecting Inflammation Markers in Humans and Animals

    News-Medical talks to Parry Hashemi about research on in vivo probes for detecting inflammation markers in humans and animals she will present at Pittcon.

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  5. Medical.net - Corticosteroid receptor inhibitor shows anti-SARS-CoV-2 activity in viv

    A team of researchers examined PT150, which is an allosteric modulator of androgen and glucocorticoid receptors, to assess whether it had any antiviral activity or immunomodulatory activity to...
  6. NIH - Topical treatments for rosacea

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  7. NIH - Association of rosacea with inflammatory bowel disease: A MOOSE-compliant meta-

    Rosacea has been reported with several systemic comorbidities, but its relationship with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is unclear. Thus, our objective is to conduct a meta-analysis on the...
  8. NIH - ACTH-dependent Hypercortisolemia in a Patient with a Pituitary Microadenoma and

    Cushing's syndrome (CS) is a set of clinical symptoms which occur as a result of hypercortisolemia. Endogenous ACTH-dependent CS related to an ectopic ACTH-secreting tumour constitutes 12%-17% of CS...
  9. NIH - Rosacea associated with increased risk of generalized anxiety disorder: a case-

    CONCLUSIONS: Rosacea patients show greater risk of having anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder. Female patients, those with lower educational levels, those with phymatous...
  10. NIH - Myositis Induced by Isotretinoin: A Case Report and Literature Review

    BACKGROUND Retinoid-induced myositis is a rare condition encountered in clinical practice. Its occurrence implies a diagnostic challenge due to the multiple causes associated with myopathic...
  11. NIH - Antimicrobial Peptide LL-37 Facilitates Intracellular Uptake of RNA Aptamer Apt

    RNA aptamers are synthetic single stranded RNA oligonucleotides that function analogously to antibodies. Recently, they have shown promise for use in treating inflammatory skin disease as, unlike...
  12. NIH - Rhinophyma: when Red Nose Day is no laughing matter

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  13. NIH - Association of Systemic Antibiotic Treatment of Acne With Skin Microbiota Chara

    CONCLUSIONS AND RELEVANCE: In this study, systemic antibiotic treatment of acne was associated with changes in the composition and diversity of skin microbiota, with variable rates of recovery across...
  14. NIH - A novel moisturizer with high sun protection factor improves cutaneous barrier

    CONCLUSIONS: These studies show that DFM30 is suitable as part of the skincare regimens advocated by ROSacea COnsensus (ROSCO) for rosacea patients. DFM30 is an effective moisturizer that improves...
  15. NIH - Coupled blue and red light-emitting diodes therapy efficacy in patients with ro

    CONCLUSIONS: This kind of treatment could represent an effective, safer, and well-tolerated approach for the treatment of such conditions.

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  16. NIH - Treatment of granulomatous rosacea with chromophore gel-assisted phototherapy

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  17. NIH - Neonatal lupus in an infant of a mother followed up for dermatomyositis: medica

    Neonatal lupus is rare. It is due to the transmission of maternal autoantibodies across the placenta during pregnancy. We here report the case of a 2-month old female infant treated for erythematous...
  18. NIH - Identification of Long Noncoding RNA Associated ceRNA Networks in Rosacea

    Rosacea is a chronic and relapsing inflammatory cutaneous disorder with highly variable prevalence worldwide that adversely affects the health of patients and their quality of life. However, the...
  19. NIH - Consensus on the use of oral isotretinoin in dermatology - Brazilian Society of

    CONCLUSIONS: Approved and non-approved indications, efficacy and adverse effects of oral isotretinoin in dermatology were presented and critically evaluated.

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  20. NIH - Case for diagnosis. Eyelid edema and erythematous papules disseminated on the f

    Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei or acne agminata is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the skin, considered an intriguing entity due to its pathogenesis, which is still largely speculative. It has...
  21. NIH - Consensus on the therapeutic management of rosacea - Brazilian Society of Derma

    CONCLUSION: Despite the impossibility of cure, there are several therapeutic alternatives specific to each patient that provide excellent results, with chances of total improvement and long periods...
  22. NIH - Rosettes in T-cell pseudolymphoma: a new dermoscopic finding

    Rosettes are small white structures visible with polarized light dermoscopy, whose exact morphological correlation is not yet defined. These small shiny structures are found in several conditions...
  23. NIH - Paeoniflorin inhibits the macrophage-related rosacea-like inflammatory reaction

    Rosacea is a facial chronic inflammatory skin disease with immune and vascular system dysfunction. Paeoniflorin (PF) is a traditional Chinese medicine with anti-inflammatory properties. However, its...
  24. NIH - Frequency of different types of facial melanoses referring to the Department of

    CONCLUSION: Facial melanoses are a common presenting complaint and lead to substantial impacts on quality of life. Accurate diagnosis and management can prevent or treat many facial melanoses,...
  25. NIH - Demodex-induced Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei: A case report

    RATIONALE: Lupus miliaris disseminatus faciei (LMDF) is an inflammatory granulomatous skin disease without a clear etiology that frequently involves the middle area of the face and the upper eyelids....
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