hyperhidrosis

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hyperhidrosis

(ˌhaɪpəhɪˈdrəʊsɪs; ˌhaɪpəhaɪˈdrəʊsɪs)
n, pl hyperhidroses
(Pathology) another name for hidrosis3

hy•per•hi•dro•sis

(ˌhaɪ pər hɪˈdroʊ sɪs)

also hy•per•i•dro•sis

(-ɪˈdroʊ-)

n.
abnormally excessive sweating.
[1850–55]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hyperhidrosis - excessive and profuse perspiration
diaphoresis, hidrosis, sudation, sweating, perspiration - the process of the sweat glands of the skin secreting a salty fluid; "perspiration is a homeostatic process"
Translations
hyperhidrose

hy·per·hi·dro·sis

n. hiperhidrosis, sudor excesivo.

hyperhidrosis

n hiperhidrosis f, sudoración excesiva principalmente de las manos y de los pies
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The patient complained about changes in the skin of scalp, hyperhydrosis on both palms and soles, and digital clubbing that was presented since 5 years ago.
Almost 3% of the general population are affected with hyperhydrosis
Sebaceous gland hyperplasia causes enlargement of the sweat glands, leading to hyperhydrosis.
Both drugs were generally well tolerated, although clonazepam was associated with significantly fewer adverse events, including drowsiness/fatigue, sexual dysfunction, nausea/vomiting, appetite/weight change, dry mouth, hyperhydrosis, and diarrhea/constipation, compared with paroxetine, in all but one category.
Hyperhidrosis [MeSH] OR hyperhydrosis OR sweat [MeSH] OR sweating [MeSH] OR perspiration*
to offer the revolutionary miraDry procedure for the treatment of axillary hyperhydrosis, or excessive underarm sweat.
The general risk factors for any type of onychomycosis are increasing age, male gender, immunodeficiencies, diabetes, nail trauma, hyperhydrosis, peripheral vascular diseases, poor hygiene and chronic exposure of nails to water in candidal onychomycosis.
If there isn't one, treatment for hyperhydrosis includes the use of prescription-strength antiperspirants, and oral medications that work on the nervous system, which controls sweating.
One final example is the use of the starch-iodine complex to follow the treatment of hyperhydrosis, or excessive sweating.
There are several predisposing factors for ingrowing toe nail including incorrect nail trimming (cutting corners), tight shoes, increased nail fold width, decreased nail thickening, medial rotation of toe (deformities), onychomycosis, systemic abnormalities like arthritis, immune deficiency, neoplasm, hyperhydrosis, obesity and diabetes6.
Unilateral hyperhydrosis in Pourfour du Petit syndrome.
11,12] A meta-analysis of published seroconversion estimates the rate of development of antibodies to BTX A for various conditions as follows: cervical dystonia (4 of 312), glabellar lines(2 of 718), OAB (0 of 22) and hyperhydrosis (4 of 871).