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sudamen

 [soo-da´men] (L.)
a small pale-colored vesicle caused by retention of sweat in the layers of the epidermis.
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su·da·men

, pl.

su·dam·i·na

(sū-dā'men, -dam'i-nă),
A minute vesicle due to retention of fluid in a sweat follicle, or in the epidermis.
[Mod. L., fr. L. sudo, to sweat]
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su·da·men

, pl. sudamina (sū-dā'mĕn, -dam'i-nă)
A minute vesicle due to retention of fluid in a sweat follicle, or in the epidermis.
[Mod. L., fr. L. sudo, to sweat]
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sudamen

A tiny fluid-filled VESICLE formed at a sweat pore, as in PRICKLY HEAT.
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