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hypohidrosis

[¦hī·pō‚hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Deficient perspiration.
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Moving to non-invasive and repeatable methods of nerve fiber measurements such as in vivo corneal confocal microscopy would enhance study of peripheral neuropathy by enabling early detection of damage, progression of nerve fiber deterioration, and enable assessment of therapeutic strategies in the SIV/macaque model, explains Dr.
Another component contributing to peripheral neuropathy is nerve ischemia from the microvascular disease that is also present in diabetes types 1 and 2.
The most common adverse events were sensory peripheral neuropathy, fatigue and constipation.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a disorder of the peripheral nerves usually affecting the hands and feet, causing weakness, numbness, tingling and pain.
The combination of loss of sensation, limited ankle mobility, and muscle weakness are associated with increased incidence of falls, ulceration, and amputation in the population of those with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (9, 11, 15, 32, 34, 38, 47).
Moreover, chronic arsenic toxicity should be suspected in anyone presenting with cutaneous changes such as hyperkeratosis, hyperpigmentation, Mee's lines on nails, or malignant skin changes such as Bowen's disease with or without concomitant peripheral neuropathy.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy affects 5 to 50% of people with diabetes in the United States.
The patient also developed progressively worsening low back pain and experienced difficulty walking secondary to myelopathy and peripheral neuropathy.
Consider tinea pedis (athlete's foot) or peripheral neuropathy, which is any disorder of the sense and motor nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral neuropathy is a painful disorder with many etiologies, characterized by burning and tingling in the lower extremities.
If you have numbness and tingling in your hands and feet and don't know why, it occurs to me the underlying problem might be peripheral neuropathy and that could be part of your sciatica, especially if you have some osteoarthritis of the spine.

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