STEROID HORMONE DYSREGULATORY OF ROSACEA: PART 2 (DEMONSTRATION MATERIALS OF STUDENTS AND YOUNG SCIENTISTS)

Veronika Bocharova, Karyna Dede, Ioann Holin, Alina Slichna

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The subject of research - rosacea. The purpose of the work is to provide demonstration materials indicating the dysregulatory pathways of steroid hormonal mechanisms in the development of rosacea. The provided materials of students-scientists testify to a certain stage of inclusion of various ways of reaction to physiological or pathological hormonal changes of steroid sex and non-sex hormones of ovaries and sequence of damage of cells, tissues, target organs influencing clinical manifestations of dermatosis.Key words: rosacea, ovarian hormones, demonstration materials.

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Zoubolis, C.C. (2000). Human skin: an independent peripheral endocrine organ. Horm. Res., 54(5-6), 230-242.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.26886/2523-6938.2(5)2020.1

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