hypohidrosis


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hypohidrosis

[¦hī·pō‚hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Deficient perspiration.
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A 62-year-old man presented with a personal history of hypohidrosis and acroparesthesia from childhood, hypertension over the last 20 years, started with cardiologic controls because of palpitations and dyspnea 20 years ago.
NFJS alone has persistent hypohidrosis and palmoplantar keratoderma, with spontaneous fading of the hyperpigmentation with advanced age [69].
Clinical features, including hypohidrosis, were suggestive of leprosy, and a skin biopsy and slit skin smear test were done.
Classical Fabry's are patients with less than 1% of normal plasma a-galactosidase activity and usually presents in childhood with pain, fever, hypohidrosis, fatigue, and exercise intolerance.
Although the most common pattern in SCI is profuse sweating above the lesion level with minimal or no sweating (hypohidrosis, anhidrosis) below the lesion level, sweating exclusively below the lesion level can also be observed.
Acromegalic-type facies, hypohidrosis, and limb lymphedema also are common, she said.
This increased incidence of cutaneous infections may be attributed to abnormalities of phagocytic function, cell-mediated immunity and microcirculation, peripheral vascular disease, diabetic neuropathy and hypohidrosis.15,17
Hypohidrosis accompanied by cytologic changes within the eccrine apparatus and diminished sebaceous gland secretion are considered potential etiological factors.
Other characteristic findings include follicular atrophoderma, which is characterized by widened follicular ostia forming depressions, especially on the extremities; hypotrichosis; and localized hypohidrosis. Rombo syndrome shows an autosomal dominant inheritance and produces a similar phenotype except that it is associated with vermiculate atrophoderma.
Autonomic disturbance was detected in the form of hypohidrosis in the left half of face, and hyperhidrosis in the right half of body; especially in the right half of face and in the right arm reaching out to the elbow (Figure 1).
Male (% of patients) Under Nontreated treatment (Tx) (no TX) Acroparesthesia 83.3 50 Cardiopathy (blood hypertension, 58.3 25.0 abnormal ECG) Renal dysfunction: abnormal 58.3 50.0 creatinine Hypohidrosis 58.3 0.0 Intolerance to cold and heat 25.0 0.0 Gastrointestinal problems 33.3 0.0 Angiokeratomas 91.7 75.0 Tinnitus 66.6 50.0 Fatigue 41.7 50.0 Female (% of patients) tx No TX Acroparesthesia 57.1 53.3 Cardiopathy (blood hypertension, 85.7 33.3 abnormal ECG) Renal dysfunction: abnormal 42.9 26.7 creatinine Hypohidrosis 14.2 33.3 Intolerance to cold and heat 14.2 33.3 Gastrointestinal problems 42.9 46.7 Angiokeratomas 71.4 13.3 Tinnitus 14.2 20.0 Fatigue 42.9 46.7