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Sweating and its disorders.
Annu Rev Med 1983; 34:429-52AR

Abstract

Eccrine sweat is produced by millions of miniscule glands buried in the skin. Eccrine sweating from the general body surface is an extremely important function in human thermoregulation; disturbances either in the control of sweating activity or in the glands themselves can result in problems ranging from minor social embarrassment to fatal hyperpyrexia. A general review of the function and control of normal sweating precedes an overview of sweating abnormalities.

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Journal Article
Review

Language

eng

PubMed ID

6344770

Citation

Quinton, P M.. "Sweating and Its Disorders." Annual Review of Medicine, vol. 34, 1983, pp. 429-52.
Quinton PM. Sweating and its disorders. Annu Rev Med. 1983;34:429-52.
Quinton, P. M. (1983). Sweating and its disorders. Annual Review of Medicine, 34, pp. 429-52.
Quinton PM. Sweating and Its Disorders. Annu Rev Med. 1983;34:429-52. PubMed PMID: 6344770.
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