Article | March 10, 2020

Understanding Recent Updates To The Classification Of Rosacea

By Marlis Sarkany

Patient At Doctor

Since 2002, doctors and researchers have used a standard rosacea classification system to provide consistent terminology as well as to facilitate studies, clinical diagnosis, and treatment. However, in 2018, the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology published a new standard classification system that replaces the previous one. Following is some of the most important information found in this publication including

  • Changes to diagnostic criteria
  • Diagnostic phenotypes
  • Major phenotypes
  • Secondary phenotypes
  • Rosacea subtypes
  • Assessing the severity of rosacea

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