sudomotor


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sudomotor

[¦süd·ə′mōd·ər]
(neuroscience)
Pertaining to the efferent nerves that control the activity of sweat glands.
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Cuando disminuyen abruptamente las concentraciones de dopamina en el sistema nervioso central, hay una disrupcion de los impulsos inhibitorios de la corteza prefrontal hacia el hipotalamo, lo que altera la regulacion del sistema nervioso simpatico, con una hiperactividad no controlada, y, por lo tanto, se da una excesiva estimulacion de organos por componentes del sistema nervioso autonomo, como vasomotor, sudomotor, inotropico, termogenico y otros.
The pain is accompanied by edema, skin blood flow abnormality, or abnormal sudomotor activity.
Autonomic neuropathy can affect multiple organ systems, however it is the sudomotor type which affects the diabetic foot.
Most authors agree that RRIV is mainly indicative of the parasympathetic function of the vagus nerve[10], whereas SSR represents the function of sympathetic sudomotor fibres[12, 13].
Left plantar and palmar sympathetic skin responses were absent on electrical stimulation, indicating sympathetic sudomotor fibers involvement.
SUDOSCAN (Impeto Medical, Paris, France) is a noninvasive device for the assessment of sudomotor function through evaluation of sweat gland secretory function [7].
Katayama, "Impaired sweating function in adult atopic dermatitis: results of the quantitative sudomotor axon reflex test," British Journal of Dermatology, vol.
Anhidrosis was not present in our patient but sympathetic cholinergic denervation to the sudomotor glands is the cause of the anhidrosis in these patients with Ross syndrome.
In contrast to research in animal models of PD, only one study examined biological outcomes of psychological stress, specifically sympathetic skin responses (SSR), a biomarker of sympathetic cholinergic sudomotor function associated with autonomic dysfunction [62].