anhidrosis

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anhidrosis

[‚an·hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Absent or deficient secretion of sweat.
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A 38-year-old female had suffered from congenital insensivity to pain with anhydrosis since birth.
Anhydrosis or loss of sweating is also an important feature of this condition resulting in repeated episode of hyperpyrexia and febrile fits.
As its common name suggests, horses that suffer from anhydrosis stop sweating.
The clinical triad of Horner's syndrome consists of miosis, ptosis, and anhydrosis. The upper eyelid ptosis is most readily detected.
* Sympathetic blockade associated with Horner's Syndrome (ptosis, miosis, anhydrosis) * Inadequate analgesia (especially shoulder tip pain secondary to diaphragmatic irritation) Unexpected--potential to be serious.
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.
Although there was anhydrosis on the right, there was no obvious presence of ptosis or miosis on the right side suggestive of Horner's syndrome.
When the sudomotor system is affected, anhydrosis or diminished sweating and impaired temperature regulation result.
This disorder combines the primary features of Parkinson's disease with autonomic failure, the signs of which include orthostatic hypotension, urinary urgency and retention, anhydrosis, and impotence.
He also complained of anhydrosis over trunk, limbs, palms and soles and compensatory hyperhidrosis over head and neck, axillae and inframammary region.
They include ectodermal dysplasia with hydrosis and ectodermal dysplasia with anhydrosis. Aplasia cutis, another feature of SEN syndrome, has not been found in any of them [2].