eccrine sweat glands


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eccrine sweat glands

n. glándulas sudoríparas ecrinas, secretoras de la transpiración.
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Even the eccrine sweat glands that are found across the body, produce the same effect when bacteria is encountered.
Most of them are eccrine sweat glands found in large numbers on the forehead and in the armpits.
Background: Previous studies demonstrate that eccrine sweat glands are innervated by both cholinergic and adrenergic nerves.
Queen V also informs women that the groin has more eccrine sweat glands than any other part of the body, which is why there is often an odor after exercise or a long day.
But there is scarce information present in literature about these changes.14 Increased sweating suggestive of hyperactivity of eccrine sweat glands was seen in our study.
Malignant nodular hidradenoma (MNH), first described as clear cell eccrine carcinoma by Keasbey and Hadley in 1954 (1-3) is an uncommon, highly malignant, primary skin tumor derived from eccrine sweat glands (1-6) accounting for approximately 6% of malignant eccrine tumors.
Acrospiroma represents a group of benign ductal tumours of the eccrine sweat glands that sometimes are connected to skin.
The sweat produced by the eccrine sweat glands is mostly water, which helps to cool the body down.
While SOX-10 is known to play an important role in melanocyte development and can be used as a diagnostic marker of malignant melanoma, this protein is less studied in tumors of the apocrine and eccrine sweat glands. Diffuse expression in cylindromas can be considered as a marker of myoepithelial differentiation [35].
Of course, if you've got one of the medical conditions sometimes associated with eccrine sweat glands, you're up against a more serious problem.
It is an inflammatory dermatosis involving eccrine sweat glands of central face and clinically presents with hyperhidrosis, erythema, papules, pustules, and vesicles.
Poromas are rare neoplasms, derived from eccrine sweat glands epithelium.