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Angiogenesis and Mast Cells in Rosacea
"It seems increasingly possible that rosacea pathology is a multifactorial process, which opens up areas of research with regard to potential links between different contributing factors..."
Aroni K, Tsagroni E, Kavantzas N, Patsouris E, Ioannidis E. A study of the pathogenesis of rosacea: how angiogenesis and mast cells may participate in a complex multifactorial process. Archives of Dermatological Research DOI: 10.1007/s00403-007-08162.
Author: Peter Wilson.
Reviewed: Wednesday, 26 March 2008.
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