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Can I get rosacea in my eyes?

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Dr. Morris Westfried
Dermatology
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In brief: Yes

It can involve the eyelids.

In brief: Yes

It can involve the eyelids.
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Dr. James Beckman
Surgery - Plastics

In brief: Not usually

Rosacea is symptomatic in the external skin although it is mediated and caused by nerve connections to small blood vessels and skin receptors for heat, and/or discomfort.

In brief: Not usually

Rosacea is symptomatic in the external skin although it is mediated and caused by nerve connections to small blood vessels and skin receptors for heat, and/or discomfort.
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