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Horses with anhydrosis are often reported to have sweated very and profusely in the weeks or days prior to the onset, some stop sweating completely, while others continue in a reduced and patchy manner, under the mane, over the chest, and between the hind legs.
Although there was anhydrosis on the right, there was no obvious presence of ptosis or miosis on the right side suggestive of Horner's syndrome.
4) Neurologic deficits vary and may include paralysis, anesthesia, and anhydrosis.
When the sudomotor system is affected, anhydrosis or diminished sweating and impaired temperature regulation result.
This disorder combines the primary features of Parkinson's disease with autonomic failure, the signs of which include orthostatic hypotension, urinary urgency and retention, anhydrosis, and impotence.