hypohidrosis

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hypohidrosis

[¦hī·pō‚hī′drō·səs]
(medicine)
Deficient perspiration.
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Alcoholics are more likely to have a thiamine or other important vitamin deficiencies because of poor dietary habits, a common cause of peripheral neuropathy. It's also possible that alcoholism itself can cause nerve damage, a condition that some researchers call alcoholic neuropathy.
Physical training and activity in people with diabetic peripheral neuropathy: Paradigm shift.
Neurobion Forte treatment: Neurotropic B vitamins combination has been proven effective for peripheral neuropathy sufferers in relieving symptoms, which have been included into the study independently from the cause of their disease.
* Avoid excessive alcohol consumption, as it may contribute to peripheral neuropathy.
Fifty one patients were recruited in the study group out of many peripheral neuropathy patients reported.
The company's vision is to improve physical ability for social participation and quality of life for patients with sensory peripheral neuropathy. Privately held and headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, RxFunction has taken assignment of patented technology developed by co-founder Dr.
Vibration perception threshold (VPT) has added much to early diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy. The previous studies showed that, in mild-to-moderate diabetic neuropathy, VPT serves as excellent tool.
The peripheral neuropathy was diagnosed according to the criteria of American Diabetes Association (ADA) in 2010 [12]; the clinical symptoms and signs and nerve conduction abnormalities in IGR-PN group were in accordance with the diagnosis of distal symmetrical polyneuropathy.
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) begins in the distal extremities and then travels proximally.
Chronic exposure to n-hexane is one of the better known causes of peripheral neuropathy. This type of neuropathy is commonly seen among individuals employed in shoe and bag factories with inadequate ventilation [3,4].
Combinations of prescription medications are generally considered more effective than monotherapy for painful peripheral neuropathy, (1) but it is unclear which combinations are best.
You see, new research is showing that these drugs increase your risk of peripheral neuropathy. We used to find this painful condition only in people with diabetes or those receiving chemotherapy.

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