Rosacea in the 19th Century

Throughout the 1800s, clinical illustrations helped to formalize what was then the recently developed field of dermatology. The increasingly superior quality of these images aided in the early distinction between rosacea and acne. Images are from the "Medical history of the representation of rosacea in the 19th century" (Bernard Cribier, MD, PhD, J Am Acad Dermatology.)
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