hypohidrosis

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hypohidrosis

[¦hī·pō‚hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Deficient perspiration.
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Individuals with diabetic peripheral neuropathy have been found to have a higher likelihood of ulceration due to elevated plantar pressures (18, 40, 58) under the metatarsal heads (21, 36).
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.
This suggests that lamotrigine may be effective in limiting peripheral neuropathy pain in persons on neurotoxic antiviral drugs.
However, there is no prescription therapy in the United States approved to treat the underlying process of microvascular damage that leads to such complications as diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
There are many causes of peripheral neuropathy - diabetes is one of the most common - and it may follow almost any viral infection.
Peripheral neuropathy may also cause muscle weakness and loss of reflexes, especially at the ankle, leading to changes in gait (walking).
To assess the possible occurrence of n-hexane-realted peripheral neuropathy at other automotive repair facilities, during 1999, CDHS screened for n-hexane-related peripheral neuropathy at a local automotive dealership that used an aerosol product containing 1%-5% n-hexane and 2% MEK.
Cases of peripheral neuropathy have been part of both epidemics (1,2).
com/research/xwknh7/diabetic) has announced the addition of Global Markets Direct's new report "Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy - Pipeline Review, H2 2012" to their offering.
M2 PHARMA-August 16, 2017-European Patent Office to Issue RegeneRx Patent for Peripheral Neuropathy Treatment
Optimal Health provides alternative care for patients suffering from peripheral neuropathy and to date has seen close to 9,000 patients complete treatment programs.

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