dyshidrosis

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dyshidrosis

 [dis-hĭ-dro´sis]
1. any disorder of the eccrine sweat glands.
2. former name for pompholyx.
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dys·hi·dro·sis

(dis-i-drō'sis),
A vesicular or vesicopustular eruption, of unknown cause, chiefly involving the volar surfaces of the hands and feet; self-limited but may be recurrent.
[dys- + G. hidrōs, sweat]
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dys·hi·dro·sis

, dysidrosis (dis'hi-drō'sis, dis'i-)
A vesicular or vesicopustular eruption of multiple causes that occurs primarily on the volar surfaces of the hands and feet; the lesions spread peripherally but have a tendency to central clearing.
Synonym(s): cheiropompholyx.
[dys- + G. hidrōs, sweat]
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dyshidrosis

Any anomaly of sweat production or release.
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