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hypohidrosis

 [hi″po-hĭ-dro´sis]
abnormally diminished secretion of sweat. adj., adj hypohidrot´ic.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

hy·po·hi·dro·sis

(hī'pō-hī-drō'sis),
Diminished perspiration.
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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  
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hy·po·hi·dro·sis

(hī'pō-hi-drō'sis)
Diminished perspiration.
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Patients are often advised to avoid strenuous exercise, as this maylead to collapse due to hypohidrosis [69].
After 3 months of treatment, his disorder went into remission, and the hypohidrosis had improved.
Diagnosis of Fabry's is made by nephrologists in approximately 19% of cases suspected by urinary concentration defects or proteinuria or renal insufficiency in presence of neuropathic pains, hypohidrosis, or typical skin lesions.
All individuals had usual sweating and did not show hypohidrosis, and had no complaint of heat intolerance.
Topiramate and zonisamide increase the risks of hyperchloremic, nonanion gap metabolic acidosis and hypohidrosis; serum bicarbonate should be monitored at baseline and as clinically indicated.
(2) Freire-Maia (3) defined ectodermal dysplasia as any syndrome that demonstrated at least two of the following features: trichodysplasia (abnormal hair), hypodontia / anodontia (abnormal dentition), palmoplantar hypohidrosis (abnormal or missing sweat glands), onychodysplasia (abnormal nails).
The increased incidence of infections in these patients could be due to peripheral vascular disease, diabetic neuropathy, abnormal microcirculation, hypohidrosis, decreased leucocyte adherence, delayed chemotaxis, and decreased phagocytosis.12 In our study, most of the patients (66.5%) with cutaneous infections had uncontrolled diabetes.
Classic clinical presentation of Hypohidrotic form comprises the triad of hypohidrosis, hypotrichosis and hypodontia.
Hyperpigmentation and hypohidrosis (the Naegeli-Francescetti-Jadassohn syndrome): report of a family and review of literature.
Common associated features are milia, hypohidrosis and calcifying epithelial tumours.
DPR is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by a triad of widespread reticulate hyperpigmentation, nonscarring alopecia and nail changes.2 Other associated findings include dermatoglyphic changes, hypohidrosis or hyperhidrosis, palmoplantar hyperkeratosis, and acral dorsal nonscarring blisters.3 The reticular pigmentation of DPR occurs at birth or during infancy and persists throughout life.4