Erythematotelangiectactic rosacea (ETR)
This condition appears as flushed skin on the face and redness in the middle part of the face. With time, tiny vessels will become visible on the skin.
This condition presents symptoms of red patches in the center of the face, with red bumps and spots which come and go. In time, the vessels will be visible on the skin.
This is the result of several years of active acne rosacea. The inflammation causes thickening of the skin and the vessels become visible. This condition affects men more than women and usually occurs on the nose. But the chin, forehead, cheeks and ears may also be affected.