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Question 1: If papules and pustules persist, then sometimes ________ can be prescribed.

Question 2: (2004)[17] rosacea patients were treated with daily 1/3 diluted ________ with glycerol and 500 mg metronidazole for fifteen days, with successful outcomes and no adverse effects.
Nitric acidCamphorMentholUrea

Question 3: Gallo and colleagues recently noticed that patients with rosacea had elevated levels of the peptide ________[9] and elevated levels of stratum corneum tryptic enzymes (SCTEs).

Question 4: [24] The same is true of the ________ nadolol and propranolol.
Beta blockerGuanethidineClonidineAntianginal

Question 5: [26] They use light to penetrate the epidermis to target the ________ in the dermis layer of the skin.
ArteryCapillaryCirculatory systemHeart

Question 6: Some acne and wrinkle treatments that have been reported to cause rosacea include microdermabrasion and chemical peels, as well as high dosages of ________, benzoyl peroxide, and tretinoin.

Question 7: The treatment of flushing and blushing has been attempted by means of the centrally acting α-2 agonist ________, but this is of limited benefit on just this one aspect of the disorder.

Question 8: Daily, gentle cleansing of the eyelids with diluted baby ________ or an over-the-counter eyelid cleaner and applying warm (but not hot) compresses several times a day is recommended.
CleanserShampooHair conditionerCosmetics

Question 9: ________ a rash caused by the Demodex mite that may have rosacea-like appearances.
American Pit Bull TerrierDogImmune systemMange

Question 10: Recently, a clinically-trialled product range combining plant-sourced ________ (MSM) and Silymarin has been used to treat rosacea, skin redness and flushing.
Dimethyl sulfoxideSulfolaneGlucosamineMethylsulfonylmethane


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