sweat glands

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sweat glands

Glands located in the epidermis, which produce perspiration.
Translations

sweat glands

n., pl. glándulas sudoríparas.
References in classic literature ?
2] Hermann Boerhaave (1668-1738), a celebrated Dutch physician and philosopher.
Examination of the ideas of Hermann Boerhaave, whose influence on eighteenth-century European and American medicine is generally acknowledged, in order to understand how his science fit with his religious convictions is therefore very timely.
On the medical faculty, which covered medicine, botany, and chemical research, Hermann Boerhaave of the University of Leiden long remained the model in medicine.