sudomotor


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sudomotor

 [soo″do-mo´tor]
stimulating the sweat glands.

su·do·mo·tor

(sū'dō-mō'tŏr),
Denoting the autonomic (sympathetic) nerves that stimulate the sweat glands to activity.
[L. sudor, sweat, + motor, mover]

su·do·mo·tor

(sū'dō-mō'tŏr)
Denoting the autonomic (sympathetic) nerves that stimulate the sweat glands to activity.
[L. sudor, sweat, + motor, mover]
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If we used the generally accepted criteria of SSR abnormality[10, 11, 16, 22], all our patients had normal responses, indicating normal sympathetic sudomotor function in patients with AD.
Gonzalez, "Non-invasive and quantitative assessment of sudomotor function for peripheral diabetic neuropathy evaluation," Diabetes & Metabolism, vol.
SSR is a noninvasive biomarker of sympathetic cholinergic sudomotor function associated with autonomic dysfunction.
Acute CRPS was assessed in patients with antecedent trauma or neurological injury with the pertinent findings of a painful, unilateral, hot, and swollen arm or hand and wrist, sudomotor changes, capsular thickening of joints, and loss of range of motion in multiple joints of the hand, wrist, or shoulder.
Autonomic neuropathy due to DM involves various systems, such as gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, sudomotor, genitourinary, and metabolic systems.
Quantitative sudomotor axon reflex test in normal and neuropathic subjects.
CRPS type I is indicated by pathological sensory, motor, sudomotor, vasomotor, and/or trophic changes, most commonly localized to the distal part of the extremities (1,3).
Selective degeneration of sudomotor fibers in Ross syndrome and successful treatment of compensatory hyperhidrosis with botulinum toxin.
The pain is regional (not in a specific nerve territory or dermatome); it usually has a distal predominance of abnormal sensory, motor, sudomotor, vasomotor, and/or trophic findings.
Anhidrosis of lower extremities is seen in more than 50% of these patients at quantitative sudomotor axon reflex testingDependent blood pooling when upright is greater than normal and heart rate and contractility increase as normal compensatory physiologic mechanisms to maintain cerebral perfusion.
Reliability of quantitative sudomotor axon reflex testing and quantitative sensory testing in neuropathy of impaired glucose regulation.