PMID: 4237682Mar 15, 1969Paper

Adverse effect of topical fluorinated corticosteroids in rosacea

British Medical Journal
I Sneddon

Abstract

Fourteen patients suffering from rosacea treated by prolonged topical applications of fluorinated steroids showed adverse effects. Aggravation and extension of telangiectasia occurred in all, and in most cessation of the treatment was followed by severe rebound inflammatory oedema and acute pustular eruption. The telangiectasia cleared or was much improved within three months of cessation of the use of fluorinated steroids. Hydrocortisone did not produce the same effect, and hence it was used, together with oral tetracycline, for treatment.

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Related Concepts

Administration, Topical
Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Cellestoderm
Erythema
Favre-Racouchot Syndrome
Jellin
Hydrocortisone, (9 beta,10 alpha,11 alpha)-Isomer
Phymatous Rosacea
Withdrawal Symptoms
Spider Veins

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