2 edition of clinical significance of disturbances in the delivery of sweat found in the catalog.
clinical significance of disturbances in the delivery of sweat
Marion B. Sulzberger
Bibliography: p. 171-194.
|Other titles||Significance of distrubances in the delivery of sweat.|
|Statement||By Marion B.Sulzberger and Franz Herrmann.|
|Series||American lecture series ;, no. 178 : American lectures in dermatology.|
|LC Classifications||RL141 .S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||53008697|
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The authors reported on their observations in and at meetings of the American Academy of Dermatology, and, as a result of these discussions, this book was compiled. The result is a work that is as up to date as a book can be. The material is divided into three parts.
Clinical significance of disturbances in the delivery of sweat. Springfield, Ill., Thomas  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marion B. Herrmann,Franz, Title(s): The clinical significance of disturbances in the delivery of sweat,by Marion B.
Sulzberger and Franz Herrmann. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Springfield, Ill., Thomas  Description: xiii, p.
ill. Language: English Other Subject(s): Sweat Glands / Diseases NLM ID: R[Book]. There are two types of sweat glands: apocrine and eccrine. Apocrine glands are clustered in the axillae, areolae, genitals, and anus; modified apocrine glands are found in the external auditory meatus.
Apocrine glands become active at puberty; their excretions are oily and viscid and are presumed to. Sweating sickness, a disease of unknown cause that appeared in England as an epidemic on five occasions—in, and It was confined to England, except in –29, when it spread to the European continent, appearing in Hamburg and passing northward to Scandinavia and.
Healthy skin and treatment of skin disorders. Repeated sweat baths may promote healthier skin by several mechanisms including a direct therapeutic effect of heat, increased blood flow to the skin, and the delivery of substances within sweat itself.
In a sweat lodge or sauna, the temperature of the skin can. The Clinical Significance of Disturbances in the Delivery of Sweat, C. Thomas J. A., The dynamics of eccrine sweating in man.
Sweat delivery through myoepithelial contraction, J. Invest Natelson S., Natelson E.A. () The Sweat Glands. In: Principles of Applied Clinical Chemistry Chemical Background and Medical Applications.
References Sulzberger and Herrman, M.B. Sulzberger, F. Herrman, The Clinical Significance of Disturbances in the Delivery of Sweat () Chas. Thomas Springfield Coggins and Griffin, J.H. Coggins, T.B.
Griffin, Evaluation of the symmetry of sweating on the back J. Invest Derm () Th.E. Gibson, W.B. Shelley, Sexual and racial differences in the response of sweat glands to acetylcholine and pilocarpine J. Invest. Dermat. () F. Herrmann, P.H. Prose, Marion B. Sulzberger, Studies on Sweating.
A new quantitative method of assaying sweat-delivery to circumscribed areas of the skin surface J. Invest. Safety in the Clinical Laboratory 2. Function and Diseases of the Kidney 3. Introduction to Urinalysis 4. Physical Examination of Urine 5.
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Sweat electrolyte disturbances associated with childhood pancreatic disease. Am J Med. Dec; 15 (6)– [DI SANT'AGNESE PA, DARLING RC, PERERA GA, SHEA E. Abnormal electrolyte composition of sweat in cystic fibrosis of the pancreas; clinical significance and relationship to the disease. Abstract. Objective: We examined the clinical characteristics and obstetric outcomes in adolescent pregnancies in Japanese women.
Methods: The present study was a retrospective investigation of all primiparous Japanese women with singleton pregnancies who gave birth at ≥22 weeks’ gestation aged ≤18 years old (adolescent pregnancy, n = ) and aged 28–30 years old (n = ) at.
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Through sweating, humans are able to dissipate heat generated during physical activity and increased environmental temperature.
There are 2 types of sweating, thermoregulatory and emotional, which are differentially triggered and regulated in the CNS through sympathetic outputs, and affect different populations of sweat.
Sulzberger MB, Hermann F. The Clinical Significance of Disturbances in the Delivery of Sweat. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, '. Adar R, Kurchin A, Zweig A, et al. Palmar hvperhidrosis and its surgical treatment: a report ot cases. Ann Surg. Disorders resulting in clinical signs of endocrine hypoactivity may also occur due to disruption in tissues distant from the hormone source.
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According to Weiss and English,1 "The hysterical symptom of. The condition is due to interference in free delivery of sweat to the skin surface. Occlusion of the sweat ducts pores by keratin in response to epidermal injury may lead to rupture of the sweat glands.
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Thirty complete data sets were analyzed from a sample of 50 consecutive patient records. After the program, there was a significant reduction in body perception disturbance (P disturbance and pain (r =P = ). The sweat ducts are obstructed in or directly under the horny cell layer, producing superficial transparent vesicles.
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