dyshidrosis


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dyshidrosis

[¦dis·hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Any disturbance in sweat production or excretion.
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Clinical lecture on dyshidrosis: an undescribed eruption.
For tinea pedis plantar hyperkeratosis form was observed in 44 cases (62.8%) and plantar dyshidrosis in 26 cases (37.1%).
Clinical manifestations range from bladder dysfunction over orthostatic hypotension to dyshidrosis, erectile dysfunction, and obstipation.
Patch testing children with potential contact dermatitis makes sense in several situations, including cases of new-onset dermatitis; progressing or deteriorating dermatitis; involvement of specific body sites, such as the face, eyelids, or neck folds; an increase in the total body surface area affected; clinical presentation of dyshidrosis; and dermatitis that resists standard therapies and improves only with oral or extremely potent topical steroids, he said.
[1] Freire-Maia and Pinheiro [2] clinically classified Ectodermal Dysplasias into various subgroups according to defects like trichodysplasia, dental abnormalities, onychodysplasia and dyshidrosis using '1-2-3-4 system'.