Recalcitrant Rosacea Successfully Treated with a Multiplexed Pulsed Dye Laser

August 2007 | Volume 6 | Issue 8 | Case Report | 843 | Copyright © 2007

April A. Larson MD, Mitchel P. Goldman MD

Abstract

There are few treatments that address both papulopustular and telangiectatic components of rosacea. We present a case of rosacea that was unresponsive to treatment with antibiotics. We report the novel use of a new laser technology, the multiplexed laser, for treatment of both papular and telangiectatic rosacea.

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