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.
1] Boerhaave's syndrome, a condition described by Hermann Boerhaave in the year 1724, is a spontaneous perforation of the oesophagus due to forceful emesis.
They include the botanist Carolus Clusius, the naturalist and collector Bernardus Boerhaave, Jacobus Bontius in the areas of medicine and natural history, Rene Descartes (although not himself Dutch, he was a long-time resident there) on anatomy, the physician Willem ten Rhijne and his use of medical practices originating in Japan and China, the medical professor Hermann Boerhaave, and the physician Bernard Mandeville.