anhidrosis

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anhidrosis

[‚an·hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Absent or deficient secretion of sweat.
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The syndrome of congenital insensitivity to pain with anhydrosis (CIPA) can be diagnosed clinically and confirmed by genetic testing.
As its common name suggests, horses that suffer from anhydrosis stop sweating.
8,10) Classical heatstroke is caused by environmental exposure and results in core body hyperthermia in excess of 40[degrees]C (104[degrees]F), central nervous system dysfunction, and the inability to sweat, a sign called anhydrosis.
The clinical triad of Horner's syndrome consists of miosis, ptosis, and anhydrosis.
Anhydrosis (ahn-hi-dro-sihs) This is not a disease caused by a pathogen, but is a condition in which the animal's sweat glands do not function at all, or function abnormally.