STEROID HORMONE DYSREGULATORY OF ROSACEA: Part I

V. V. Bocharova

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The subject of the study – rosacea. The aim of the work is to clarify the ways of influence of dysregulatory steroid hormonal mechanisms on the stages of rosacea development. The data that indicate a certain stage of inclusion of different ways of responding to physiological or pathological hormonal changes of steroid sex and non-sex ovarian hormones in relation to: mechanisms of their production rate, discrete secretion, cascade involvement of neurosecretes of protein and peptide nature (neurotransmitters and, target organs, which affects the clinical manifestations of different stages of dermatosis.

Keywords: rosacea, steroid hormones (sexual and asexual), neurotransmitters.


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