Gopalan syndrome

Gop·a·lan syn·drome

(gō'pak-lahn),
severe discomfort of the feet associated with elevated skin temperature and excessive sweating.
A sensory polyneuropathy, which was described in prisoners of war and attributed to a combination of vitamins B and protein deficiency and/or a toxin present in polished rice; first reported in late Colonial India

Gop·a·lan syn·drome

(gō'pah-lahn sin'drōm)
Severe discomfort of the feet associated with elevated skin temperature and excessive sweating.

Gopalan,

C., Indian biochemist, 1918–.
Gopalan syndrome - severe discomfort of the feet associated with elevated skin temperature and excessive sweating.