sweat duct


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Noun1.sweat duct - a small duct that conveys sweat from a sudoriferous gland to the surface of the skinsweat duct - a small duct that conveys sweat from a sudoriferous gland to the surface of the skin
ductule, ductulus - a very small duct
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Eccrine poroma: tumour existing feature of the epidermal sweat duct unit.
The histology results showed hyaline materials deposited mainly in the papillary dermis and around blood vessels, sweat duct, hair follicles, and muscle nap, those were positive for periodic acid-Schiff (PAS) staining [Supplementary Figure 1] [SUPPORTING:1].
It stops sweat reaching the surface of the skin by forming a plug in the sweat duct temporarily.
Antiperspirants work by clogging the sweat duct and not allowing, or at least drastically reducing, your ability to sweat.
Proliferation of sweat duct epithelium in scar areas and in re-epithelialisation of healing wounds is reported to be a common response.
Syringoma intraepidermal tumour eccrine sweat duct forearms.
Eccrine poroma: tumors exhibiting feature of epidermal sweat duct unit.
In their study, the scientists at the Rockefeller University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute devised a strategy to purify and molecularly characterize the different kinds of stem cell populations that make up the complex sweat duct and glands of the skin.
In their study, published in Cell, the scientists devised a strategy to purify and molecularly characterize the different kinds of stem cell populations that make up the complex sweat duct and glands of the skin.
Retrograde pressure may cause rupture of the sweat duct and leakage of sweat into the surrounding tissue, thereby inducing inflammation.
Conversely, in the sweat gland, defective chloride transport impairs sodium uptake in the sweat duct, resulting in elevated NaCl levels in sweat (see Figure 2).