sweat duct


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duct of sweat glands

the superficial portion of the sweat gland that passes through the corium and epidermis, opening on the surface by the porus sudoriferus or sweat pore.

sweat duct

sweat duct

duct linking a sweat gland with the skin surface
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Syringomas are benign intraepidermal tumours of eccrine sweat ducts mostly found in women at the time of adolescence.
We have just laid down some critical fundamentals of sweat gland and sweat duct biology," Lu said.
Excisional biopsy revealed benign neoplastic changes of sweat duct consisting of broad anastomosing bands in the deeper parts of epidermis extending to dermis.
Hence although formerly thought to be of mixed origin now syringoma is considered to be benign appendage tumour of intra- epidermal eccrine sweat duct.
52] Myoepithelial cells have not been found in porocarcinomas, sclerosing sweat duct carcinomas, extramammary Paget disease, malignant mixed tumors, or adenosquamous carcinomas,[51-53] whereas they have been occasionally detected in mucinous carcinomas, apocrine adenocarcinomas,[51,52] and adenoid cystic carcinomas.
Various theories postulate eccrine ductal blockage without damage to sweat ducts,16 hyperkeratinization and obstruction of eccrine sweat duct,17 blockage of neuroglandular transmission and inhibition of secretory mechanism at cellular level.
Elevated sweat chloride levels are a diagnostic hallmark that occur in CF patients and result directly from defective CFTR function in skin cells in the sweat duct.
Syringoma, first described by Biesiadecki and Kaposi, is a benign appendageal tumour of intraepidermal eccrine sweat duct.
Elevated sweat chloride levels are a diagnostic hallmark that occur in all CF patients and result directly from defective CFTR activity in epithelial cells in the sweat duct.
It refers to depression of surface epidermis not related to opening of sweat duct or pilosebaceous duct and is filled with keratin and pinkish exudates.
Sweat Chloride: Elevated sweat chloride levels are a diagnostic hallmark that occur in all CF patients and result directly from defective CFTR activity in epithelial cells in the sweat duct.