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hypohidrosis

 [hi″po-hĭ-dro´sis]
abnormally diminished secretion of sweat. adj., adj hypohidrot´ic.

hy·po·hi·dro·sis

(hī'pō-hī-drō'sis),
Diminished perspiration.

hypohidrosis

Reduced sweat production
Hypohidrosis
I Inherited conditions, eg hereditary anhydrotic ectodermal dysplasia, ichthyosis, or angiokeratoma corporis diffusum universale
II Acquired conditions
 Collagen vascular diseases–-Sjögren syndrome, progressive systemic sclerosis
 Dermatopathies–Miliaria profunda, pemphigus vulgaris, psoriasis
 Drugs Anticholinergics, eg atropine, scopolamine; ganglionic blockers
 Endocrinopathies Diabetes insipidus, hypothyroidism, hypothalamic lesions
 Environmental stress Heat stroke and dehydration
Peripheral neuropathy Alcohol, amyloidosis, DM, Horner syndrome, leprosy  

hy·po·hi·dro·sis

(hī'pō-hi-drō'sis)
Diminished perspiration.
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"The endocrinopathies associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus and pancreatic cancer are distinct, the former represented by an increase in glucagon and the latter characterized by a reduction in islet size," said Sajan Nagpal, MD, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., at Digestive Disease Week 2018.
Glucocrinology includes in its ambit, endocrinopathies that may cause secondary diabetes, coexist with metabolic syndrome, precipitate hypoglycaemia, lead to refractory hyperglycaemia, or simply coexist with diabetes.
(4) The cellular damage caused by iron overload in patients with TDT leads to complications such as endocrinopathies, cardiac failure, and hepatic iron overload with subsequent cirrhosis.
Other manifestations of Carney's syndrome include cutaneous myxomas, hyperpigmentation of the skin, and endocrinopathies [7].
Erythema dyschromicum perstans has been reported in association with exposure to drugs (penicillin, benzodiazepines, ethambutol, fluoxetine, and omeprazole), radiographic contrast media (barium sulfate), parasitic infestations (whipworm), fungicide (chlorothalonil), chemicals (ammonium nitrate), herbal consumption (Tokishakuyakusa), endocrinopathies (hypothyroidism, diabetes mellitus), dyslipidemia, infections (human immunodeficiency virus, hepatitis C, and enterovirus), and cobalt allergy [16-20].
Commonly described irAEs include rash, pruritus, colitis, hepatitis, and various endocrinopathies, such as thyroiditis and hypophysitis [4].
(5) Other theories include a cutaneous response to underlying endocrinopathies, ultraviolet light, and localized amyloidosis.
One of the most common endocrinopathies in women of childbearing age, PCOS has a prevalence of 4% to 12% in American women (Lucidi, 2016).
(2012), suggesting that increased serum ferritin levels was related to the endocrinopathies involving various endocrine structures like pancreas, interior pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid and adrenal glands.
All five checkpoint inhibitor-treated groups might have pneumonitis, hepatitis, colitis, and endocrinopathies (e.g., thyroid disease, adrenal insufficiency, hypophysitis, and type 1 diabetes).
Diabetes mellitus and thyroid diseases represent two of the most common endocrinopathies [1].
Polyostotic forms, characterized by the involvement of more than one bone, include three different types: (1) craniofacial fibrous dysplasia, in which the maxilla and adjacent bones are involved; (2) Jaffe's type (or Jaffe-Lichtenstein type), in which there is multiple bone involvement along with an irregular macular melanin pigmentation of the skin (cafe-au-lait spots); and rarely (McCune-Albright syndrome or Albright's syndrome, MAS), in which there is progressive bone involvement, at least one of the typical hyperfunctioning endocrinopathies and/or cafee-au-lait spots, with almost any combination possible.